Father's Day Grief

A Free Online Series

with David Kessler

Father's Day can feel anything but celebratory when you're in grief

There are reminders everywhere and the absence and sorrow can loom large

When You're Grieving Your Dad

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  • The unique grief of the death of your father 
  • Coping with Grief
  • Navigating your feelings
  • Complicated relationships
  • Getting the support you need
  • Creating new traditions that honor your loved one
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A Father's Grief : When a Child Dies

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  • The unique grief of the death of a child
  • Coping with grief
  • Creating a plan for the day
  • Grief bursts and love bursts
  • Guilt, anger, and the what-ifs of grief
  • Finding connections with people who really get it 
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"The father-child bond is unique in all the world." 

- David Kessler

I hope that you will join me in these helpful discussions.

This series is free and open to all. Please feel free to share this invitation with anyone who might find it helpful.

While we would love to have you join us live, a replay will be sent to everyone who registers.

David Kessler

David Kessler is a grief specialist, speaker, and author of six books, including his latest bestselling book, Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief. He co-authored two books with Elisabeth Kubler Ross. His first book, The Needs of The Dying received praise from Saint (Mother) Teresa.

David’s personal experience as a child witnessing a mass shooting while his mother was dying in a hospital helped him begin his journey. For most of his life, David has taught physicians, nurses, counselors, police, and first responders about the end of life, trauma, and grief. However, despite his vast knowledge of grief, his life was turned upside down by the sudden death of his twenty-one-year-old son.

He now facilitates a new model of online grief groups called Tender Hearts that are attended by people worldwide and he leads one of the most respected online grief certificate programs. He recently hosted a 12-episode podcast for Spotify. He is the founder of Grief.com which has over five million visits yearly from 167 countries.