Welcome to Everyday Solace
A place where you can find daily comfort, messages of hope and encouragement to bring peace and joy for your everyday life after grief, brokenness or loss.
Help Is Available for You
Grief disappointment and hard times affects everyone but not all the same. You will find that Everyday Solace has an array of unique online inspiration to help in coping with grief and support your well-being for a better life. Everything from grief resources, motivation and stories of compassion to encourage you, education to equip you, and music videos to help bring you harmony in reducing the stresses of life.
Everyday Solace Grief Awareness
I Am A Christian Too
Christians have struggles coping with grief too.
Grief Is So Many Things
The internal emotions we experience with grief.
Good Grief! Did You Know?
A snapshot of what you need to know about grief.
Are You Struggling with Grief or Loss?
Brokenhearted Disciple: Confessions for Overcoming grief resource can help you journey
through grief in a healthy way.
Everyday Solace Foundation, Inc. does not act or perform as licensed grief counselors or mental health professionals. We offer information and links on our website as a resource for the public to aid in the processing of grief, loss and suffering which are a very real part of each and every one of our lives. Inclusion on this website does not constitute an endorsement of Everyday Solace Foundation, Inc. for the agencies or the services they provide.
Expert Tips on Grief Support During the Holidays
Here are some ways to cope and support your loved ones who are grieving around the holidays.
Baylor All Saints Medical Center on Coping with Grief
Dealing with grief? Baylor All Saints behavioral health expert Scott Lennox explains why the grieving process is different for everyone and shares helpful information to helping others cope with grief.
Coping with Grief for Kids by Mylemarks
Mylemarks therapy resources designed exclusively for the kids and teens.
Taraji P. Henson on Mental Health
Taraji P. Henson opening statement before the Congressional Black Caucus Emergency Taskforce on Black Youth Suicide and Mental Health.
Myths and Facts About Grieving
Hospice Red River Valley
Myth: The pain will go away faster if you ignore it.
Fact: Trying to ignore your pain or keep it from surfacing will only make it worse in the long run. For real healing, it is necessary to face your grief and actively deal with it.
Myth: Grieving should last about a year.
Fact: There is no specific time frame for grieving. How long it takes differs from person to person and that can be related to the relationship between the bereaved and their loved one, as well as to the nature of the death.
Myth: It’s important to "be strong" in the face of loss.
Fact: Feeling sad, frightened, or lonely is a normal reaction to loss. Crying doesn’t mean you are weak. You don’t need to protect your family or friends by putting on a brave front. Showing your true feelings can help them and you.
Myth: Moving on with life means forgetting about your loss.
Fact: Moving on means you’ve accepted your loss, but that’s not the same as forgetting. You can move on with your life and keep the memory of someone or something you lost as an important part of you.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Depression & Crisis Hotline
Families Anonymous Help
Families Anonymous (Addiction/Recovery)
Help for Children
The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children (TLC)
Family Groups Help
Al-Anon Family Groups (Addiction/Recovery)
Hospice Foundation of America: Nation's leading experts for education and resources for coping with loss. Find articles on many facets of grief including depression. Discover new reading material, web-based tutorials and videos. https://hospicefoundation.org/
Depression Survey Questionnaire
Everyday Solace is a nonprofit organization with a dedication to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety and depressive disorders through education. The following depression assessment tool is intended for early intervention, to help the public recognize symptoms of depression and to help with identifying people in distress.