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Death, Grief & Suicide
Helpguide.org’s Grief and Loss Information
Grief is a natural, yet painful response to loss. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, but there are healthy ways to cope with the pain and express your emotions in ways that allow you to heal.
Helpguide.org’s Suicide Prevention Information
Suicide is one of those subjects that many of us feel uncomfortable discussing. If you're the one feeling suicidal, you may be afraid that you'll be judged or labeled "crazy" if you open up. Or maybe that no one could possibly understand. It's not much easier for concerned friends and family members who may hesitate to speak up for fear that they're wrong or might say the wrong thing.
Children’s Grief Education Association: For Parents
You are a concerned, perhaps heartbroken parent. You may be wondering how to help your child. There are some basic principles to guide you in helping your child.
The Fred Rogers Company: Parent Resources on Dealing with Death
Most young children know something about death. They may have seen a dead bird or bug or had a pet who died. Also, they may have seen people on television die. Still, their notion of death is very limited and simplistic, and they probably have many misunderstandings. It’s precisely because children don’t understand what death is about that they need help from loving adults in talking about it.
Teen Health & Wellness Hotlines
Teen Health & Wellness: Real Life, Real Answers is for educational purposes only. If you have a question on a health or wellness issue, we strongly encourage you to call one of the hotlines below to speak to a qualified professional or speak to a trusted adult, such as a parent, teacher, or guidance counselor.
Contact:
Kimberly Baumgardner, M.Ed.
Educational Specialist Manager, Family Engagement
(210) 370-5431

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