Some online bereavement support groups include GriefNet.org, KidsAid.com, DailyStrength and HealthfulChat. Bereavement support via an email grief support group for adults and children is available at GriefNet.org and KidsAid.com, respectively. GriefNet.org, managed by a clinical psychologist and certified traumatologist alongside a team of volunteers, aids sufferers of grief.
Grief discussion boards, health blogs, treatments and support groups are available from DailyStrength. This online community hosts bereavement groups for widows and widowers, those who have experienced miscarriage, teenagers, and motherless children, the website explains.
An online support community and health forums are available from HealthfulChat. The site separates these support groups into bereavement topics such as the death of a loved one, miscarriage, losing a job or divorce.
A good support group increases personal motivation, teaches life skills and is understanding of each person's struggles, according to Everyday Health. If a support group is not a good match for someone, he should feel free to try other groups until he locates one that provides proper support.