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The Grieving Process: Coping with Death

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How do people cope with the death of someone they love? When a family member, a friend, or someone in our community dies, the grief that comes with it can be a long and complicated process that comes in many forms. This 2013 animation about The Grieving Process: Coping with Death, from the now-dormant WellCast channel, discusses the difficult subject.

There is no right or wrong way to deal with the loss of a loved one. The grieving process is rough—and it’s different for everyone. It’s not just a matter of coping with a loss, but coping with change—and that takes time.

grief - a wellcast animation
grief is a rollercoaster

…We don’t have all the answers. Honestly, you’ll need to work through your through the stages of grieving in a way that works for you. But we do have some advice to help you heal.

Related support: Children’s Books About Death & Grief, a list of picture books at Purchases from Bookshop support your local independent bookstores and via affiliate links.

Related videos about death and emotions include:
• Dia de los Muertos – An animated journey to the land of the dead
• Father and Daughter by Michaël Dudok De Wit
• Delve into the relationship between flowers and humans: Story of Flowers 2

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