By Erin Coriell, BA in Mass Communication/Media Studies
Grief support groups
There are so many different types of grief and loss, and no two forms are alike. This means many people experiencing grief often feel isolated and alone. A grief support group is a support system designed for those who experienced a loss. Not only do these groups offer a sense of togetherness and companionship, but they also typically are guided by a qualified grief counselor. Sometimes talking and listening to others who have been in your shoes is the most powerful form of healing.
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