Grief And COVID-19

People share how the coronavirus has affected their anxiety, depression and more, along with how they're coping.
These coping tips won't erase the loss the coronavirus has caused this past year, but they can help you navigate it.
You don't have to be mourning a loved one to need help coping. The coronavirus pandemic has led to all types of loss.
The emotional impact of the coronavirus cannot be understated. Here are the main problems experts are worried about.
Remembrance tattoos can aid people dealing with loss in more ways than you might realize, according to mental health experts.
In an interview with HuffPost, Sheryl Sandberg gets real about grief and helping each other through the holidays and beyond.
It's normal to mourn holidays, jobs, social gatherings and other losses caused by COVID-19. This advice can help.
Your words matter. Avoid these phrases when comforting someone who lost a loved one to COVID-19.
Along with deaths, the pandemic has led to a lot of loss -- of jobs, special occasions, and more. Here's how to help.
Experts share advice for mourning a loved one in the time of the coronavirus pandemic.