Good Grief is a chat application that aims to help bereaved people connect and support each other. It was created by Winnona Partners (Robynne and Kim) and is called the "social network for loss". Their goal in developing Good Grief is to provide a space of support and connection to help people cope with their loss.
- A supportive community: Good Grief is an online discussion platform where grieving people can meet and support each other. You will have the opportunity to meet new people who understand what you are going through and who are willing to support you.
- Practical features: The application has several tools to facilitate connections and support, such as the ability to chat privately with other members and participate in online discussion forums.
- Safety first: Good Grief places great importance on the security of its users and implements many measures to protect their privacy and safety online.
If you're looking for an online support space to cope with your loss and meet new people who share the same struggles, Good Grief is the app for you. Sign up now and discover all the possibilities for connection and support that are available to you.
Active members1 720 000
20-25 years old
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- User-friendly interface The Good Grief has an easy to use interface.
- Simple registration : Quick registration without complications.
- Free : Free membership and the possibility to discuss with other members.
- Empathetic members All members are there to support you and share similar goals and situations.
- Available platforms : App available on Android and iOS, as well as a website app.
- Data protection Security protocols in place to protect your data.
- Customer service Professional staff available 24/7 to answer your questions, complaints or problems.
- Good Grief is not designed for dating, but for group therapy sessions and semi-professional counseling.
- In additionThere are hidden fees for most features and this can be a problem for users who are in a difficult situation.
- As a result, there are very few members, which limits the options.
- When creating the membership profile, the questions asked directly address personal grief and can be destabilizing if the person is still affected by the experience or sensitive to personal issues.