CancerCare provides free emotional and practical support for people with cancer, caregivers, loved ones and the bereaved.
CancerCare Online Support Groups are a way to connect with others – cancer patients, loved ones and people who have lost a loved one. Groups are led by oncology social workers.
My Lifeline from Cancer Support Community was created to connect cancer patients and caregivers to their family, friends, and others like them for social and emotional support.
Man Up to Cancer, provides content and a tight-knit community for men impacted by cancer — and the people who love them.
Stupid Cancer, a lifeline for the young adult cancer community, connecting them to age-appropriate resources and peers who get it
How to Cope with Bereavement During the COVID-19 Pandemic, a good read with some concrete suggestions from Psychology Today
We Don’t Recover from Grief and That’s Okay, another great post from What’s Your Grief
Being There: What to Say and Do in the Aftermath of Loss, an article about supporting someone else in grief from Option B
How to Handle our Collective Grief, a Ten Percent Happier podcast episode with Sharon Salzberg that includes a guided meditation
Why We’re All Grieving – And How to Deal with It, a Ten Percent Happier podcast episode with David Kessler
David Kessler and Brené Brown on Grief and Finding Meaning, grief expert David Kessler on what he’s learned about love, loss, and finding meaning.
How to Heal By Carrying Your Grief, a TEDx talk by Nancy Berns, author, speaker, and professor of sociology
Modern Grief, a TEDx talk with Sophie Townsend, an internationally celebrated and award-winning producer
Helping Kids Grieve, resources from Sesame Street