Web Materials: The Masculine Side of Healing Lesson 1


Web Articles

Michael I. Norton and Francesca Gino “Rituals Alleviate Grieving for Loved Ones, Lovers, and Lotteries” Journal of Experimental Psychology 2014, Vol. 143, No. 1, 266 –272 (full text)

Marianne LaPorte Matzo, et al.  “Strategies for Teaching Loss, Grief, and Bereavement” Nurse Educator Volume 28, Number 2 pp 71-76  2003 (full text)

Lybi Ma “Good Grief: Coping After Loss” Psychology Today May 1, 2003

Michele Weldon “Some Big Boys Do Cry: Stoic Stereotypes Aside, Neil Chethik Examines the Way Men Grieve Their Fathers’ Deaths” Chicago Tribune February 11, 2001

Emily Esfahani Smith “In Grief, Try Personal Rituals” The Atlantic March 14, 2014

Dennis Klass, “Developing a Cross-Cultural Model of Grief: The State of the Field” Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri OMEGA, Vol. 39(3) 153-178, 1999

Meghan O’Rourke “Good Grief: Is There a Better Way to be Bereaved?” New Yorker Magazine February 1, 2010



Tom Golden’s website dedicated to grief and healing. A rich resource for materials and online support.

Recover From Grief Website

Recover From Grief provides valuable information about the grieving process as well as coping strategies. Site visitors can view a comprehensive “grief guidebook” and participate in a seven-part grief work e-course. Recover From Grief also provides a space to create memorials for loved ones or tell personal stories, and offers a “grief relief” audio program.

Modern Loss

Candid conversation about grief. Modern Loss is a place to share the unspeakably taboo, unbelievably hilarious, and unexpectedly beautiful terrain of navigating your life after a death. Beginners welcome.