The loss of a loved one is never easy and yet people process grief in different ways. When coping with loss, some find comfort in getting more information and a better understanding of the situation. Others find support when sharing their thoughts and feelings with those who went through similar experiences. At times, people are so overwhelmed by the experience of loss that they require help from an expert.
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1. Information: Facing Illness, Death and Other Losses.
A summary of the main issues related to coping with loss, with useful information and additional links by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Enter term: Grieving- in SEARCH. http://search.familydoctor.org/htdigsearch/htsearch?config=familydoctor_kidshealth&words=grieving&x=19&y=15
2. Bereavement and Self-Help: listing of resources online. http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/dir/search.cgi?query=bereavement
3. Resources and information for senior citizens from the National Institute of Health. www.NIHSeniorHealth.gov.
4. Mental health emergency: Suggestions by OnlineClinics.com. http://www.onlineclinics.com/Pages/Content.asp?iGlobalId=3