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  • Writer's pictureCristine Enriquez

Coping With Loss And Finding Hope

When faced with grief, the most important thing to remember is that you are not alone, and that loosing someone effects everyone so differently.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

We are so very saddened by the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. More than a Monarch she was and will continue to be an inspiration to so many.

Here are some of our favourite blogs that discuss grieving, how to cope -

Losing Your Parents

Losing Your Parents is a grief blog dedicated to the difficult loss of the passing of parents. Lisa Snyder created the blog after both her parents passed away from cancer. Inside the blog, you’ll find inspiring stories and life lessons, like how to cope on Father’s Day or what to do with parents’ belongings after they pass. The blog also is filled with great podcasts about coping and other resources such as recommended books on coping with the loss of one’s parents.

Diary of a Widower

The Diary of a Widower is a grief blog that documents the experiences of Tim Overdiek, and how he coped with the loss of his wife after a car accident. The blog deals with a variety of topics, including going back to work, raising children, and dealing with important dates and anniversaries. It’s an honest and heartbreaking look into the daily mindset of dealing with tragedy.

Better sleep

Better Sleep describe the symptoms of grief, the grief process and healing. They also offer a trial BetterSleep app for healing meditations, improved your sleep health and calming music.

Confessions of a Funeral Director

Confessions of a Funeral Director is powerful because it discusses death and grief in ways we don’t typically think about. Caleb Wilde gives us touching, inspiring, and sometimes comical stories from the perspective of someone committed to funeral service. The blog covers unique topics in an engaging way, like stories about grief and support and the compassion fatigue felt by funeral directors.

Marie Curie

Marie Curie share share real life experiences of grief. They talk about feelings of shock, anger, anxiety and loneliness.

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