Unfortunately, grief does not end with
the funeral. For many, grief continues for weeks, months, even
years after a loved one passes away.
The Grieving Process
How Children Cope with
Cope with Losing a Spouse
Through the Holidays
Mourning the Death of Your
To Remember Me -
It is our sincerest desire that the
articles above, and the links below, will help as you journey down
the difficult path of grief.
Grief Recovery Institute Guidance
Words by Dr. Alan Wolfelt
Grief and Loss
Your Grief Resource Center
The National Organization
of Parents of Murdered Children, Inc.
For the families and friends of those who have died by
A non-profit, self-help support organization for families who are
grieving the death of a child of any age, from any cause
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Suicide Prevention, Awareness, and Support
Grief Support Individuals
Patrick Dean: Wisconsin Grief Education
Patrick Vernon Dean, M.Ed., CT, is the founder and director
of the Wisconsin Grief Education Center (WGEC) since 1988 where he
works with clients on issues related to grief, loss, and healing.
He served as an advisory board member at Marquette University, and
was an instructor in the Certificate in Grief Counseling program.
He also teaches classes on grief resolution for Marquette's college
of Nursing. Dean is also the director of Grief Education Services
for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee/Cemeteries division, working at
six Milwaukee area cemeteries. He holds a certificate in Death
Education from the National Center for Death Education in Boston,
MA and a certificate in trauma counseling from UW-Milwaukee.
After the sudden loss of her child, Maria
Malin became inspired to help other find healty ways of Moving
Forward in life while still Hanging On to a symbolic relationship
with their loved ones.