After the initial condolences and hugs, the food brought over, the visitation, the funeral, the burial, and the final round of condolences, grieving people are much more on their own. Their supporters and the other mourners have, for the most part, gone back to their daily routines. But often, over the weeks, months, and even years following the death a grieving person might be in great pain. Then what? Are others there with and for the person? Does the person even want the help of others?