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We have listed a series of websites and information that we have found helpful in our grief journey. We have crowned ourselves (the Queen was busy) "Grief Ambassadors" and try to spread as much information about sorrow and grief, resilience and strength. This is not an exhaustive list but these are some of the resources that helped us, we hope they help you too.


The folks understand grief!

Take a peek at What's Your Grief. We imagine you could spend hours at this website. We have!


If you want to hear someone who has experienced grief and has brilliant things to say about the path of grief, check out Terrible, Thanks for Asking. She's on point!


Again, for someone who can speak to grief and what it looks like, feels like, and how to go on in the aftermath of the death of someone you love, please read materials over at The Afterloss. 


This one is for a very specific type of loss, when someone you love is an organ donor. They saved us after Sawyer died. Learn more about LifeNet Health.  


Be an Organ Donor already! 

Almost 114,000 people

 in the United States are currently on the waiting list for a lifesaving organ transplant


This isn't a link, but it is a suggestion. There are lots of social media groups centered around grief. Check them out. If you like them, stay, if you don't, leave. If their message doesn't jive with you, look for another one.


Do you have a favorite grief website or resource? Let's link up! Share your favorites here.

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