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Stephanni
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The Compassionate Friends. I go to monthly meetings, follow them on Facebook. They have several closed groups. I have attended regional conferences. I have found it helpful to be around other grieving parents and to help those who are just beginning their grief journey

Teresa Whitaker
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Not sure I can answer this question, I didn’t read a lot of books on grief. I did go to Griefshare, which was very helpful.

Samantha
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Grief site, books and God

Nancy
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God , my family , friends, my church and websites like yours.

Kelly Benter
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Counseling and talking to other grieving parents

Elle
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The book, To Heaven and Back, by Mary Neal. MD

Lisa Smith
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grief share meeting, talking w others who have lost. My daily prayer.

suzanne slates
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me, myself, and I…and I’m not getting much better. We did the Compassionate Friends, but the organization where we live were more concerned about raising money to erect an Angel for the lost ones. Then we went to a group that was very helpful, but disbanned. I originally went to the same counselor Alex, our deceased daughter, went to, but I stopped because she was falling asleep on me. Then I went to a counseling group that was religious based, but all the counselor would do was say,”uhhun, uhhun..” and I wasn’t getting anywhere. I read books, pray, and do… Read more »
Laurie Lattin
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Prayer, calling out to Jesus, support group at church (Grief Share)

Matt
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Imagine Heaven by John Burke was tremendously comforting. Appointments with Heaven by Reggie Anderson was as well.

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