Healing Grief Videos  Hosted by Grief Expert David Kessler

Many times we want to avoid Grief, really what we are avoiding is the pain we feel from loss. Grief is an natural reaction that helps us heal that pain. Below you’ll find videos of the most frequently asked questions about healing grief. Please note they provide only General Information, as everyone’s grief is different. The information provided on this site, such as text and video is for informational purposes only. It is not to be construed as medical care or medical advice and is not a replacement for medical care or mental health care.

1. What Is Journaling and How Can It Help Me Grieve?   
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2. Is it Healthy to Keep My Loved Ones Belongings?   
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3. How To Move Past Your Grief In A Healthy Way?   
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4. How Long is Considered Too Long to Grieve?   
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5. How do I Fill the Gap My Loved One Has Left?   
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6. Should I Take Time Off or Work Through My Grief?   
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7. How Long Will It Take to Stop Grieving?   
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8. Do I Need Professional Help for Grieving?   
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9. Is Bereavement Counseling Right for Me?   
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10. Does Everyone Grieve in the Same Way?   
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11. Can I see a Counselor for Bereavement or Grief?   
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12. Afterlife, Visions, Trips and Crowded Rooms – CNN
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Grief Resources


Bereavement groups often offer individuals an important opportunity to be with others as they allow their grief to heal.  Read More.

Children in Grief


Children read our feelings and mirror our emotions. Soaking up reassurance or fear, love or hate, safety or danger.  Read More.

Grief & Holidays


When you have lost someone special, your world losses its celebratory qualities. Holidays only magnify the loss.  Read More.

Dealing with Pain


Each person has his or her own beliefs about pain and pain behaviors. What are your beliefs about pain?  Read More.

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