Dealing with grief involves feeling your feelings, accessing tangible and emotional support, and using the resources available to you. Here is a list of resources to help you find the help you need.
These leads below may be especially helpful if you’re stuck on philosophical or existential parts of the grieving process.
Alternatively, if you’re in need of more specific, tangible resources, jump to that section below.
Need some direction for approaching the grieving process? Check out these resources specific to the exact type of grief you’re experiencing.
Consider the following quotes shared by Reddit user u/BartsgirlJo:
“The impact of trauma in children depends so heavily on the life stage during which the event occurs” – Institute of Medicine (US) Committee for the Study of Health Consequences of the Stress of Bereavement
Mourning a lost body part is known to feel similar to losing a close loved one. Whether through a gradual process like diabetes or a sudden accident, loss of a limb creates layers of grief.
If you’re at a loss to deal with a recent event, consider looking to grief resources for inspiration and guidance. While individual experiences may differ, there are many resources available that cater both broadly and specifically to feelings of loss, mourning, and grief.