Lifebanc offers a wealth of helpful tools to help you on your personal journey towards healing. These include websites, organizations and books to reference, as well as other resources:
General Online ResourcesHere you'll find general grief and bereavement websites. For lists organized by county or type of loss, see below.Counseling Resources Organized By CountyLifebanc has compiled a list of additional grief and bereavement counseling sources, within the counties we serve.Online Resources Organized By Loss TypeThis is a list of online grief and bereavement resources specific to your loss, ranging from loss of an infant, spouse or parent to a loss by murder or suicide.Resource Book ListThis is a list of general grief and bereavement books that can be found at your library, bookstore or online.Grief RitualsRituals punctuate and mark significant points of transitions in our lives. They can help you find ways of understanding and bring meaning to your loss.Tools for ReflectionThese exercises can help you gain perspective on the losses in your life and gently move you forward with your grieving.Self CareIt's common to neglect self care when you are struggling just to get through day-to-day life after your loss. But you need to be a priority as you move through the pain of grief. Complicated GriefComplicated grief symptoms differ from those of normal grief or other bereavement reactions. These painful emotions are so long lasting and severe that you have trouble accepting the death and resuming your own life.
Read Mourners' Rights.Request personal grief counseling.