Feminine Side of Grief Lesson 3 Web Materials


Web Articles

Riley, Susan Gerry et al. “The buddy group – peer support for the bereaved.” London journal of primary care vol. 10,3 68-70. 28 Mar. 2018, doi:10.1080/17571472.2018.1455021

Emma Louise Logan “What Is Normal Anyway? Exploring the Effect of Social Norms on Grief Expectations, Expressions, and Social Support “Thesis: School of Psychology. Curtin University.  January 2018

Aoun SM, Breen LJ, Rumbold B, Christian KM, Same A, Abel J (2019) Matching response to need: What makes social networks fit for providing bereavement support? PLoS ONE 14(3): e0213367. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0213367

Lisa Rabasca Reope “How to Support Employees Through Grief and Loss” SHRM Website. August 22, 2017

Shelley E. Taylor et al. “Biobehavioral Responses to Stress in Females: Tend-and-Befriend, Not Fight-or-Flight” American Psychological Association Psychological Review 2000, Vol. 107, No. 3, 411-429

Michael O. Schroeder “Should We ‘Tend and Befriend’ in This Stressful Time?” US News March 21, 2017

How to Support a Grieving Family Member or Friend: 6 Principles” What’s Your Grief Website.  February 22, 2019

Phyllis R. Silverman Ph.D. “Helping a Community Understand the Complexity of Grief” Psychology Today. Feb 02, 2013


The Center for Loss & Life Transition

Led by grief counselor and educator Dr. Alan Wolfelt, we are an organization dedicated to helping people who are grieving and those who care for them. Perhaps someone you love has died, or you want to help a grieving friend or family member. Or maybe you are a professional or volunteer grief caregiver. Either way, we are here to offer resources and understanding


HealGrief is dedicated to support the bereaved by offering a virtual location, without geographical boundaries, where individuals and a community can communicate a death, connect, mourn and heal, while celebrating a loved one’s life.  Our commitment is to provide an understanding of grief by increasing universal awareness and education while offering resources to support a healthy grief recovery.

What’s Your Grief Website

[What’s Your Grief Website’s] mission is to promote grief education, exploration, and expression in both practical and creative ways. We aim to provide the public with…

-Education that reaches beyond generalization

-Practical and specific suggestions for moving forward

-Modes of self-exploration and self-expression that suit all types of thinkers and doers

-Ways to honor and remember deceased loved ones.

-A supportive community