Mental Health

The death of a loved one is one of the most upsetting universal experiences that we have throughout our lifetime. While we will all experience this kind of loss in our lives, people often respond to death in different ways. Most people experience a grieving process during which they feel a range of emotions. It is common to feel sad, guilty, angry, and numb as you come to terms with the death of a loved one.



In the mental health section on you will find articles on various topics related to the loss of a loved one. Feel free to read through the articles and use them for yourself, or share them with others. The articles provide guidance for going through the grief process, including tips and suggestions. Many articles highlight feelings and experiences that are typical, and ways to keep memories of your loved one alive. If you have further questions about the content of the articles, or requests for future topics, you can reach Dr. Carr-Lee at Please take a moment to check out the links below. We hope the content is useful for you and your loved ones.