A national support organization dedicated to those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

Grief Anonymous Acknowledgements

Grief is a very personal, individual loss that cannot be placed into any category.... Each one grieves in their own way. It is wonderful to have a place to share and care for one another. Thank you!

— Deborah

I am so happy that I found this group. My 3 year old daughter Makayla passed away on 3-11-2011. I feel like the sadness is never ending. Now that I have found this group, maybe it will be a little easier. I don't personally know anybody who has lost a child, so I don't have anyone to talk to that understands what I'm going through.

— Katy

Most informative grief group I have discovered. I have dealt with mine for almost 15 years and I have to say this has offered the best interaction as well as information on many levels.

— Deborah

Thank God For Grief Anonymous.This is where You Can Find Comfort & Answers to How You Feel About Your Sorrows. Thank You! Grief Anonymous.

— Audrey

I am the last of my family losing my older sister in April and Mom a year before. I struggle every day but holidays are the worst, everyone says move on but they don't walk in my shoes. Thank you for your site.

— Toni

I lost my son, Rayne, to suicide on March 10th. It was completely unexpected and completely out of character. He spread so much love to everyone. Always put others before himself. I live now only for my daughter. And sometimes, I honestly don't think I'm doing her any good. I already suffered from major depression disorder and this has now consumed me. It's hard to go minute to minute and keep the tears away. I will push on and try to be the mom my daughter deserves. I have an amazing man and his two awesome sons. The four of them deserve so much. I hope that we are able to find some peace with groups like this. Even if it's just for a moment. Thank you Grief Anonymous.

— Elizabteth

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