Dealing with Death: Helping Others


Everyone deals with grief and loss differently. Children may become moody, friends and family may become angry or melancholy. These are all perfectly normal parts of the grieving process. As a friend or family member, you will likely want to help those around you in coping with the stages of grief. While we may intend to be helpful, many of the natural reactions we have may complicate a person's ability to grapple with the situation. A website called "My Healthy Place", that specializes in helping folks achieve a healthy mental state of mind has this article on "Helping Yourself and Others Deal With Death" which you may find useful.