Do You Have a Question About Grieving ?

AfterTalk Launches Advice on Grieving Column by Dr. Robert Neimeyer

Whether you are grieving the loss of a loved one, or counseling someone who is, you now have the opportunity to ask a leading authority for advice. Dr. Robert Neimeyer and AfterTalk.com have teamed up to offer advice to those in need. We invite you to ask a question about grieving with the security of anonymity and confidentiality. Simply email your question to Ask@aftertalk.com.

AfterTalk.com is devoted to helping people through life’s most difficult time – the loss of a loved one. This free, non-denominational website offers grieving support tools through writing and sharing, essays and inspirational quotes about bereavement, and now, an advice column by renowned grief and bereavement authority, Dr. Robert Neimeyer. We welcome questions from those grieving as well as those who counsel and support the grieving.Robert Neimeyer PhD 3.14.15

Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D. is one of the foremost authorities on bereavement and grief. We are honored to introduce a new feature to AfterTalk, a weekly question and answer column authored by Dr. Neimeyer. For a full biography of Dr. Neimeyer, please click here

We invite you to ask questions with the security of anonymity and confidentiality. Simply email your question to Ask@aftertalk.com

To read the inaugural “Ask Dr. Neimeyer” column CLICK HERE

2 thoughts on “Do You Have a Question About Grieving ?”

  1. How do I completely forgive my late husband of what I thought was a very happy and fulfilling 49 year marriage, of infidelity with sex workers for over 3 1/2 years? This knowledge along with his sudden death complicates my grief journey. So many things to sort out…why he revealed this sordid part of him just months before he died…did he tell me to punish me…what happened to him? We had just started working with a counselor to try to find these answers and then God took him. Why do I find it so very hard to come to terms with the whole situation? My head knows what he did but my heart is still so broken and instead of focusing on the happy life I had with him all I can think of is the utter betrayal of a marriage which I believed to be sacred.

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