Grief Resources

death, end of life, coping loss

End-of-Life Issues

Death is a subject most people don’t want to discuss and yet death is an inevitable part of life. Use this Web Guide to help prepare for your death or the death of someone you love. The resources here can help you manage your finances or estate in advance, and access funeral and bereavement resources.

General End-of-Life Information

While many Web sites focus on specific areas of death and dying, these Web sites cover most ... read more »

Advance Directives: Planning for the Future

The Web has many resources to help you create advance directives. Sometimes called advance health ... read more »

Estate Planning: Wills, Trusts, Guardians, Insurance and Taxes

If someone you love is dying, these resources can help you take care of him or her with both ... read more »

Planning a Funeral

This section of the guide helps you plan a funeral, whether your own or someone else’s. Get ... read more »

Preparing for the Death of a Child

For many, the death of a child is unimaginable. But for parents who have to face this tragedy, ... read more »

Grief Resources

Use the Web sites recommended here to overcome the grief and trauma of losing a loved one. You’ll find resources especially for adults, parents and children that offer opportunities for support and outreach. Connecting with others is one of the most essential aspects of healing.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • Use your grief to create a blog of your own; self-expression is one of the most effective ways to overcome pain. Keep a daily log of your emotions and thoughts, and create a dialog with your readers. The findingDulcinea Blogs Web Guide can get you started.

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