Whether it's a parent, a partner, a sibling, a friend, a pet, or a general life change – grief affects everyone differently. It's our mission to support people through their grief journey, regardless of how it looks.
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"Coping with an Insecure Attachment Style," by Marni Feuerman
Mourning the Death of a Spouse, National Institute of Aging
"Grieving an Abortion You Don’t Regret," Healthline
"Returning to Work Afer a Pregnancy Loss," Harvard Business Review
"Postpartum Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder," Postpartum Support International
"What Are the Signs of Complicated Grief Disorder?" Bridges to Recovery
"Toolkit for People Who Have Been Impacted by a Suicide Loss" Mental Health Commission of Canada
"5 Steps to Help Someone Who is Having Suicidal Thoughts" Distress Centre
"Raising a Secure Child" by Kent Hoffman
This resource is for parents and is meant to be used as a way for them to create secure attachments within their children. This type of attachment style allows them to create better relationships and will help the child better process a loss.
"The Invisible String" by Patrice Karst
This is noted as "the perfect tool" when it comes to coping with "separation anxiety, loss, and grief" for children. There's also a workbook you can pick up, too!
"Grieving Mindfully: A Compassionate and Spiritual Guide to Coping with Loss" by Sameet M. Kumar
Pick this up if you're looking for ways to deal with grief, particularly through the lens of spirituality.
"Motherless Daughters: The Legacy of Loss" by Hope Edelman
A "go-to classic" (weird phrasing) for women who need comfort, help and understanding after losing their mother.
"The Widowed Self: The Older Woman's Journey" by Deborah Kestin van den Hoonaard
This book is for senior women who have lost their partner
"The Bereaved Parent" by Harriet Sarnoff Schiff
Harriet provides advice for bereaved parents. She provides knowledge from professionals who work with them, which include psychiatrists and religious counsellors.
"It's Ok That You're Not Ok" by Megan Devine
Megan provides a space that allows people to feel their emotions after experiencing a loss, as opposed to forcing you to "get over it."