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The website featuring the writing of Thomas Attig. Thomas Attig has spent more than twenty-five years listening to mourners and teaching and reflecting about how we come to terms with loss.
Unspoken Grief is a safe place to share, talk, support and learn about the impact of miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss in our lives. A grief and journey that is often underestimated which can cause women, partners, families and friends to feel silenced –invisible.
Grieving.com is a forum that has wide-ranging content designed to help those grieving with content tailored for the loss of a parent, child, partner, and even family and friends. They also focus on event-specific loss, along with issues in general.