Grief and loss
You can experience a sense of grief or loss for many reasons – the death of someone you care about, your parents separating, breaking up with your partner, or even moving to a new city. There's no one-size-fits-all solution for dealing with grief, but there are ways to look after yourself.
Working through grief
It’s devastating when someone you love passes away, whether it’s a family member, a friend, or even a family pet.
Tools for coping with grief and loss with Allira Potter
Yorta Yorta woman Allira Potter shares how hard it was to lose her mum, and offers advice for those experiencing their own grief and loss.
Dealing with grief when something bad happens in the world
When something bad happens in the world, it's common to feel grief even if you aren't personally affected. Whether you're feeling angry, sad or guilty, here are things you can do to feel better.
Feeling grief when someone famous dies
If you or everyone around you is sad, there are things you can do to feel better.
My sister, myself
Read how one girl was so consumed by grief that she began adopting the personality of her late sister, and how, over time, she was able to move towards healing.
Waking from the nightmare
She lost her sister. Her parents divorced. She was sexually abused. Read how she took control of her own nightmare.
Sorrow with a silver lining
She lost her mother and all her mother’s possessions, and was abused by her father. Now she’s engaged to the love of her life and is completing a degree. This is her story.
My unforgettable friend
Kourtney shares her story of how she’s dealt with her grief since finding out about the death of her best friend.
Managing grief during the festive season
The festive season can feel pretty awful when you’ve lost someone you care about.
Give grief time
Matt talks about his journey back from grief after losing a close friend to brain cancer.
Damo’s anger over his friend’s death
Damo reveals how he dealt with his intense feelings of anger, guilt and remorse after his friend suicided.