What do you know?

Try your hand at seeing how much you know about grief. Enter your responses by clicking in the relevant boxes below. The information about yourself will not identify you but will help us in evaluating and improving the website.

1. About you
Your age
Your gender
Are you accessing this site from within Australia?
If yes, what is the postcode of your place of residence?
2. Reason for visiting GriefLink
Are you visiting GriefLink because of one of the following (use your control/apple key and click to select many items)
If you ticked “1. Your own grief” or “2. The grief of someone close to you” can you tell us how long it is since that bereavement?
3. Now try the following 10 questions. Enter your responses by clicking in the relevant boxes. In order to complete the quiz and get feedback about your answers, it is important that you answer all 10 questions.
It is common to feel less confidence in yourself following a significant loss:
It is best to leave grieving people alone:
You never laugh if you're really grieving:
Most people get over the death of a close relative or friend in a few weeks:
Mourners feel better after the funeral:
Men and women grieve differently:
Children and teenagers don't show their grief like adults:
Grief is more difficult if the loss is unexpected:
If you have had a significant loss you will understand exactly how another grieving person feels
It is not helpful to talk to someone about your grief:

Page last updated 12th August, 2016