Hope For Healing. Org

        From time to time life throws us a curve and we have to deal with grief. We lose either someone close to us, friend, family member, or pet. Sometimes we have to survive abuse or a horrible accident. In any of these scenarios we have to learn to let go so that we may begin some process of healing.

 When we are raped, we often grieve for what we have lost. Family, friends, our lifestyle, innocence, are just a few of the things we may grieve for as part of the healing.

 Hopefully, through the links offered here. This process will be made a little easier. I am sorry for whatever occurred in your life that brought you to this page but want to reassure you that grief is temporary in our lives. It's also necessary as it is nature's way of letting us say good bye to something or someone.

 I also want to thank you for taking the time here to explore ways to help you feel better. We will have sorrow during our lives, it is how we deal with that to a large extent determines the person we will become.

After each experience with grief and sorrow there is also the opportunity to learn and to grow as a person. My hope for you is the best possible may come out of your difficult times.

 Remember: This too, shall pass.

 Grief Recovery Institute On Our Own Terms 
Moyers on Dying 
A PBS.ORG website
Compassionate Friends
 Kids in Grief
Sena Foundation
Grief Net
Grief Recovery Online
Webhealing

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This page is not meant to be a substitute for any kind of professional help. It is merely put together by a survivor who has found much of this information helpful to her healing and offered as a possible help to others. If you feel you need a professional to speak with please contact your local rape crisis center or health care professional. I claim no responsibility for the use of this page, use of content, or content of any links leading from this page. This page is offered for support of other survivors, informational, and entertainment only.