Online Grief Support Resources

By: Ian Elliott
Wednesday, September 27, 2017

For those families and individuals who have lost a loved one, the grief that they are feeling is hard to understand. No one can truly know how another person feels from the loss of a loved one. However, many people can relate to those feelings that they are having.

More than likely the person may be feeling hurt that their loved one died, they may even be angry. They may cry due to the sadness they feel by not having that someone in their life any longer. Whatever a person feels, it is okay. There is no right or wrong way to feel when you lose a loved one. However, what you can you do if the grief becomes too much?

When Grieving Gets Hard

If the grief becomes too much, they are going to find that online grief support resources are a great way to gain an understanding of their feelings and then work through them. The good news is that these online grief resources are available when you need them. There are no appointments that you need to make and you can access resources in the comfort of your own home. So, where can you turn? There are hundreds of websites that you can turn to. These are some of the more popular options:

There are many more than what has been listed here. However, these websites are some of the top ranked that people have had success with.

For those who have lost a loved one, we are here for you. Here at Arbutus Funeral Services, we are not only here to provide your loved one with a great funeral and service. But, we are here to help those families cope during this time of loss.

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