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Coping with Grief and Loss

No one should have to grieve alone. We're here to support you through your journey.

Mourning is an intimate and unique experience for each of us. If you or someone you know experiences loss, the new emotions may feel overwhelming and confusing. Feeling this way is natural and even necessary.

Helping Others Grieve

What Not to Say

Going through grief, which is being experienced by so many people these days, can leave a lasting imprint on the brain and can cause a myriad of symptoms. It can make people feel sad, depressed, unable to concentrate, edgy, anxious, or irritable, and can cause trouble sleeping. If you know someone who’s mourning the loss of a loved one, you may wonder what you should say, or what you shouldn’t say.


SAFE Stories

These narratives have the potential to inspire you to discover hope and envision a path forward. Remember, you are not alone in this journey.

“It Will Never Happen to Me,” Until it Did

From Trauma to Healing: A Journey of Family, Addiction, and Resilience

Sam Elliott’s Story