Experts describe the process of grieving and the emotions of grief in various ways. The most commonly described reactions are: Shock, Denial, Anger, Guilt, Depression, Acceptance and Growth. Some people experience the grieving process in this order. Most often, a person feels several of these emotions at the same time, perhaps in different degrees.
Experiencing the loss of a loved one is possibly the hardest thing one has to go through in life. Each person has his or her own way of growing through the grieving process.
There is a wealth of information available through the internet on dealing with personal grief. The following is a small list of internet websites and pages that we thought might be most helpful to you in your personal journey. We encourage you to explore the web-ring chat groups that you may encounter as you work your way through these and other sites. The chat groups can offer you true emotional support from individuals facing the same painful issues and decisions that you and your family are facing.
Coping With Grief
If you are visiting this section, it is likely that you recently experienced a loss. We know this is a difficult time for you, and we hope the information you find here will help you get through your experience.