Note: Although I have visited and personally evaluated all of the sites listed below, I don't re-visit each of them regularly, and I'm not always notified when sites are no longer active.  I would greatly appreciate your feedback on the usefulness of any of the sites listed, and if you should encounter an inactive site, please let me know.  I also welcome your suggestions for additions to these listings. Please send your comments and suggestions to me at  Thank you! [Links on this page last updated June 21, 2021.]

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The Art of Condolence : What to Write, What to Say, What to Do at a Time of Loss (Book)
Coping with an Illness or Death During College (National Students of AMF Support Network)
Death of a Co-Worker (Article by Litsa Williams)
Death of A Friend: A Disenfranchised Grief (Article by Marty Tousley)
Death of a Friend (Article by Rea L. Ginsberg)
Death of a Teen Friend
Disenfranchised Grief: When A Friend Dies, At A Distance (Article by Marty Tousley)
Finding Your Way through Grief: A Guide for the First Year, Second Edition (Book by Marty Tousley)
Friend Grief Blog
Grief Goes to Work: Part One (Article by Patrick T. Malone)
Grieving the Death of a Friend (Book by Harold Ivan Smith)

Helping a Friend in Grief (Article by Alan Wolfelt)
Helping a Friend Who Is Dying (Pamphlet by Alan Wolfelt)
Helping Another in Grief: Suggested Resources (Article by Marty Tousley)
In Grief: Helping The Widower of My Best Friend (Article by Marty Tousley)
In Grief: Mourning The Loss of a Friend (Article by Marty Tousley)
Josh: Coming to Terms with the Death of a Friend (Book for ages 4-8)
Loss of a Friend (Article by Tayana Kessler)
Online Grief Healing Discussion Groups

Tough Transitions: Navigating Your Way through Difficult Times (Book by Elizabeth Harper Neeld, PhD)
When A Child Is Dying, What Do Classmates Need to Know?
When A Friend Dies
When a Friend Dies: A Book for Teens about Grieving and Healing
When Death Happens: Tips for Helping the Mourner (Article by Marty Tousley)
When Your Best Friend Dies

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