Grief can leave you feeling helpless, hopeless, and unsure how to move forward. Though we can't take those feelings away, we can help you better understand your own grief and find the grief coping that will work for you, no matter your grieving style or your coping style.

Provide down-to-earth, creative, relatable, evidence-informed grief support beyond the walls of therapy offices and support groups.

Give you a place for grief learning and coping on your own schedule - be that 2pm or 2am.

Offer private, self-paced courses to help you learn more about grief, practice creative coping, and explore the complex emotions of life after loss.

Created by mental health professionals who lived through personal losses and struggled to find the grief support that worked us, we created these courses to provide others with the resources we wish we'd had while coping with our own losses.

Our Most Popular Courses

Grief support is not one size fits all. What helps one person might not help another. We'll walk you through which courses might be best for you down below. But if you're just itching to start your grief learning and coping, these are our most popular courses.

Explore The Course Library

Choose the icon below that sounds most relevant to your current needs to see the related courses. Or view the full course directory if you'd like to see all the courses.

Getting to Know Grief

  • Navigating Grief
  • Grief Journaling
  • Understanding Traumatic Loss
  • Grieving Non-Death Losses
  • Grief During COVID
  • and more . . .
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The Practicalities of Grief

  • Holidays and Special Days
  • Sorting Through Belongings
  • Parenting While Grieving
  • Supporting Grieving Children
  • Grievers Supporting Grievers
  • and more . . .
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Grief and Creativity

  • Grief Journaling
  • Exploring Grief Through Photography
  • Grief Scrapbooking and Art Journaling
  • Creating a Digital Hopebox
  • Coping with Grief fromHome
  • and more . . .
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I'm Still Unsure

What can I expect from these courses?

All of our losses are different and our styles of grieving and coping vary. These courses were designed for all kinds of thinkers and doers, to help anyone better understand their grief needs and develop new tools to cope.

Practically speaking, that means:

  • a combination of didactic teaching and self-exploration activities for all types of loss, grounded in evidence-informed approaches to grief support.
  • reading, videos, & activities, to accommodate different learning styles.
  • support in tending to both the loss-oriented aspects of grieving, as well as the restoration-oriented aspects of learning to rebuild after a loss.
  • courses created for both intuitive grievers (those emotional and expressive in how they grieve) and instrumental grievers (those who lean more quiet and cognitive or analytical in their grief style).
  • an optional community to join for more connection with others.

Remember, grief is the normal and natural response to loss; it is not something to recover from or fix. Instead, grief support is about learning to have a relationship with someone who has died while learning to take care of ourselves as we grieve. We're confident our courses will help you will both.

Please reach out if you still have questions!

What If I Sign Up and It Isn't For Me?

No problem. Simply reach out to us within 14 days and we'll issue you a refund.

What Other Grief Support Does WYG Offer?

What's Your Grief offers other resources which you may access as an alternative to or a supplement to these courses. Though this isn't an exhaustive list of what's available, it's a good place to start!

Visit Our Blog

Our website offers hundreds of free articles about grief and living life after loss. You can also find links to connect with us on social media there!

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Join Our Community

A place to connect with others grieving, participate in online learning about grief, creative challenges, a grief book and movie club, and much more.
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Check Out Our Book

Our book draws on grief research, our personal and professional experience, and feedback from grievers - all in digestible lists .
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