Grief Support Links



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For pet loss support, go to Pet Loss Books and Links

The Grieving Heart: General Grief Topics
GriefHealing.com: An Extensive Resource

Grief Healing Discussion Group

GriefHelps.com: A Blog of Ideas, Suggestions, Mini-books/videos and More

Grief Inc.com: Lighting the Candle of Hope (links) 

Grief and Loss.com: Healing After the Loss of a Loved One 

HelpGuide.org: Coping with Grief and Loss 


Death of a Brother/Sister/Twin:

Grief Healing.com: Death of a Sibling or Twin

If It Be Thy Will by Shaun K. Bills 

TwinlessTwins.org: Resources and Support


Help for Grieving Children / Teens:


Cincinnati / TriState area:

Grief and Older Adults (Multiple Losses)

From GriefHealing.com: Helping Someone Who's Grieving 

Journey of Hearts: Condolence and Sympathy




If you are thinking of suicide...READ THIS FIRST 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for Veterans

Center for Loss: Helping a Suicide Survivor Heal

Emergency 911: For Help and Hope

Suicide.org: Prevention, Awareness and Support

Suicide Survivor Grief Support (When a loved one commits suicide)

What you can do to help those who have lost a loved one to suicide by Daniel J. Misleh, America Magazine 


We Are Marshall with Matthew McConaughey and Matthew Fox. (2006) A true story of grief and healing after the crash of Southern Airways Flight 932 on Nov. 14, 1970. All 75 aboard the Marshall University chartered jet died. It remains the worst air disaster in NCAA sports history.

April 2019


Why can’t I find a page or link that used to be here?

Over the last eleven years, The Grieving Heart® meandered into many topics and lost its purpose. I have deleted 40 pages to bring it back to the original focus of grief and helping grievers.

Web addresses come and go and I cannot guarantee the accuracy, safety or longevity of third-party (external) sites. Adding links by request, or finding and fixing broken links are massive time consumers, so I have deleted many outside sources and will limit additions in the future. The external links that remain are checked on a regular basis and related to grief, helping grievers and pet loss. 

I will continue to honor and remember veterans and fallen soldiers because it is the least I can do for those who have given so much.

I hope that my renewed attention to grief information will make The Grieving Heart® a better experience and comfort for you. Thank you for visiting. CJ



 My E-mail:

Christine at The Grieving Heart dot info 

A Word About E-mail: One way to decrease SPAM caused by Internet bots is to deactivate the live address link. You can still contact me by typing this address into your own e-mail program using @, a period, and no spaces, the standard e-mail format. Thank you.

Note to Visitors:
I read and respond to grief email at the end of each month when I update this site. If you need a more timely response, please visit a well moderated grief healing discussion group. It is free to use and requires registration to participate. I am not part of this group, but certified grief counselors are there to help, support and comfort grievers and those who love them. Because the counselors lost funding for the site, they are grateful for voluntary donations.
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How complicated and individual mending is,
the time required for healing
cannot be measured against any fixed calendar
Mary Jane Moffat
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