This eBook discusses grief as the normal and natural reaction to loss while also shedding light on other terms people use to describe it.
There are topics such as Anticipatory Grief, Chronic and Prolonged Grief, Complicated Grief, Cumulative Grief,
Delayed Grief and others...
Grief is normal and natural, but society has taught us that it is not acceptable to feel sad.
Most people consider their pet a part of the family, so losing a beloved fur baby can be a traumatic experience.
Because we live in a “feel good” society, we are raised with misinformation about how to recover from pet loss.
I hope this guide can provide comfort and solace.
As experts in the field of cybersecurity, vpnMentor is on a mission to provide practical strategies for coping with adversity, bigotry, and abuse on the web, which is why they created this guide.
It aims to empower LGBTQs and give them the tools to protect themselves online.
Whether you are part of the LGBTQ+ community or are an ally, I hope you find this guide helpful.
Bicycle Health is an online medication-assisted treatment provider for opioid dependence.
Individuals with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) have a 13 times higher risk for suicide than those without OUD. To spread awareness, this educational guide shares information on suicide and OUD, high-risk populations, causes, prevention, what to do if a loved one is showing signs of being at risk of self-harm or suicide, and more.
Are you in crisis or experiencing thoughts of hurting or killing yourself? If so, please call 911 or go to your local emergency room.
The 988 Lifeline
988 is now active across the United States. This new, shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services. (Please note, the previous 1-800-273-TALK (8255) number will continue to function indefinitely.) Click below to learn more about 988.
Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1
Veteran's crisis text number is 838255
Project Safe Place provides access to immediate help and supportive resources for young people in crisis through a network of qualified agencies, trained volunteers and businesses in 32 states. Call the hotline to find out if the program operates in your state, or look online.
The Trevor Project operates the only nationwide, around-the-clock crisis and suicide prevention helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. The Trevor Helpline is available as a resource to parents, family members and friends of young people as well. Visit www.TheTrevorProject.org for more information and resources for young people, including “Dear Trevor,” an online Q&A forum for non-time sensitive questions.