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Death, Dying, and Bereavement

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  • Overtly religious condolences offered to non-believers during times of grief may feel fake, meaningless, or even rude. Learn how to deal with those feelings and understand what those sentiments mean.

    Accepting Religious Condolences as an Atheist

    Accepting Religious Condolences as an Atheist

    by Kylyssa Shay15

  • Death is difficult to accept, and yet it is a part of life that we cannot change. Having a better understanding of the stages of the dying process will help ease the experience for all involved.

    Stages of the Dying Process and What to Expect

    Stages of the Dying Process and What to Expect

    by Sharon Smith146

  • Losing a loved one is the hardest thing we ever have to deal with. Coming to terms with them no longer being present on this planet is hard to swallow. Let's celebrate life and remember them forever!

    Coping With Death: Loss of a Sibling

    Coping With Death: Loss of a Sibling

    by Jenn0

  • When children experience grief during their early developmental stages, their emotional health is compromised. Our actions as adults can help them work through their grief and learn to trust again.

    A Christian Reflection on How Grief Changes Children

    A Christian Reflection on How Grief Changes Children

    by Denise W Anderson12

  • The death of a loved one while sleeping can come as an enormous shock, particularly if the deceased had no known health issues. Some, however, view death while sleeping as the most peaceful way to go.

    Dying in Your Sleep: Possible Causes of Death

    Dying in Your Sleep: Possible Causes of Death

    by Sree Lakshmi89

  • Mourning a sibling is sometimes called the forgotten grief because it doesn't get as much attention as the grief of losing a spouse, parent, or child. Here's what you need to know about sibling grief.

    What You Need to Know About Adult Sibling Grief

    What You Need to Know About Adult Sibling Grief

    by Melissa2

  • How can you support a loved one through their grieving process? As people grieve, they need the assurance and support of those closest to them.

    Best Ways to Support a Grieving Loved One

    Best Ways to Support a Grieving Loved One

    by Yvette Stupart PhD18

  • The experience of losing a loved one can take a huge toll on your life, as well as on the lives of those around you. Allowing God into my life helped me heal from the pain.

    How God Helped Me Heal After Losing a Loved One

    How God Helped Me Heal After Losing a Loved One

    by Chernika Lipscomb0

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