Here are some resources to give you a sense of comfort, calm, and confidence in your life:
Lyn Ragan, author of “Signs from the Afterlife” and other inspirational books on coping with the death of a loved one and connecting with his or her spirit.
An “all-encompassing” resource for grief tools.
A center dedicated to clinical research and helping people reclaim their lives from grief.
An organization dedicated to helping families cope with the grief of losing a child.
A children’s hospital dedicated to leading the fight against childhood cancer.
Advocating for all children with life threatening illnesses to have access to palliative and hospice care.
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing peer support to families with children fighting cancer.
American Cancer Society’s website, working to rid the world of cancer.
Grief support for children, teens, young adults and their families.
Resources for those navigating through grief.
Bernie, Amber’s surgeon, went to extraordinary lengths to save her life. Through his loving guidance, she was able to live the rest of her life to the fullest.
Whether raising a special needs child or a typical child, we invest our love, time and energy into our children. Moms, too, deserve a slice of the same nurture. This resource provides a calming, restorative space for the moms of the world...the soul soothers.
Supporting and promoting the practice of mindfulness in our society.
Monthly support groups to help parents move through their grief.
An organization on a mission to promote grief education, exploration, and expression in both practical and creative ways.
A support group founded by parents of children with cancer, this organizations aims tos support parents of children with cancer and those whose child has died of cancer.
An organization dedicated to introducing remembrance photography to those parents experiencing the loss of a baby with the free gift of professional portraiture.
A website dedicated to helping those who have lost a loved one to suicide resolve their grief and pain in their own personal way.