Beliefnet's Grief & Loss Columns:

  • The Grieving Child by Helen Fitzgerald
  • The Grieving Teen by Helen Fitzgerald
  • Widow's Walk by Lisa Schamess
  • Journey Through Sorrow by Carol Staudacher

    More on Grief & Loss:

    The Karma of Misfortune?
    How do we make sense of tragedy?

    Hearts of Hope
    One woman turns her loss into a personal ministry.
    By Deborah Wormser

    Comfort for Grieving Kids
    Young children are naturals for guided imagery.
    By Belleruth Naparstek

    Interfaith Grief
    How should mixed-religion families commemorate the death of a loved one?
    By David Wolfe

    Is Anybody Listening?
    How directly does God answer prayer? And why do some prayers go unanswered?
    By Rabbi David Wolpe
  • In God's Hands, Not Ours
    The death of a loved one means not only grief, but also an overwhelming loss of control.
    By Father John Breck

    Making Loss Matter
    Finding Meaning in Life's Difficult Moments.
    By Rabbi David Wolpe

    Walking in the Shadow of Death
    Dwelling on Death Isn't Neurotic; It's Profoundly Healthy.
    By Thomas Moore

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