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  Web Pages about Grief
Amanda the Panda [ Profile ] - Provides support to grieving children and their families through a chat room and a bulletin board.

When Somebody Dies [ Profile ] - It's difficult, even for grown-ups, to understand why death must happen. This article tries to help kids understand.

I Miss My Dad [ Profile ] - After a parent dies, it's common to wish we could still talk to them. On this site, kids post email messages to a parent that has died, for all to read.

RD4U [ Profile ] - Offers information and support for kids hurt by the death of someone close. Designed by kids, with interaction and games.

I Will Remember You: Questions and Answers [ Profile ] - Dr. Elena Lister answers teen questions on grief.

Losing A Parent [ Profile ] - Personal page by someone that lost a parent as a young adult. Includes poems, stories submitted by others and related links.

Young Adults Losing Parents [ Profile ] - Personal page describes coping with the loss of a father at age 20. Article is aimed at people ages 15-30.

Someone in My Friend's Family Died - What Should I Do? [ Profile ] - When friends lose someone they love - a brother, a sister, a parent, or even a pet - sometimes they change for a while.

KidsAid [ Profile ] - Grief support for kids that have have suffered a loss, provided by other kids. Question and answer, peer support and stories. Site monitored by adults.

Camp Heaven [ Profile ] - This is what a camp might be like in heaven with activities, lodging, supplies, and sports.

Coping With Change - Loss And Grief [ Profile ] - Helps explain what loss is, different kinds of loss, feelings that people have, and what may help,

Grieving [ Profile ] - Learn how to cope when someone dies, what to do that helps, and what some people believe.
 
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Young Adults Losing Parents - Personal page describes coping with the loss of a father at age 20. Article is aimed at people ages 15-30.