my family dynamic.

Academy Awards Best Picture 1990: Dances with Wolves **Other Nominees: Awakenings, Ghost, The Godfather Part III, Goodfellas

Academy Awards Best Picture 2005: Crash **Other Nominees: Brokeback Mountain; Capote; Good Night, and Good Luck; Munich

Academy Awards Best Picture 1983: Terms of Endearment **Other Nominees: The Big Chill, The Dresser, The Right Stuff, Tender Mercies

Academy Awards Best Picture 1981: Chariots of Fire **Other Nominees: Atlantic City, On Golden Pond, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Reds

Academy Awards Best Picture 1955: Marty **Other Nominees: Love is a Many-Splendored Thing, Mister Roberts, Picnic, The Rose Tattoo

Academy Awards Best Picture 1952: The Greatest Show on Earth **Other Nominees: High Noon, Ivanhoe, Moulin Rouge, The Quiet Man

Academy Awards Best Picture 1993: Schindler's List **Other Nominees: The Fugitive, In the Name of the Father, The Piano, The Remains of the Day

Academy Awards Best Picture 1959: Ben-Hur **Other Nominees: Anatomy of a Murder, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Nun's Story, Room at the Top

Message in a Bottle (Snap Case) (1999) The list author says: "For people who have been paralyzed by painful loss, this movie will inspire and give them the strength to move on."

Academy Awards Best Picture 1975: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest **Other Nominees: Barry Lyndon, Dog Day Afternoon, Jaws, Nashville

"The list of ways people help themselves through the grieving process is long, but three things are clear: seek comfort, cry often, and wait. Most important of all, be kind to yourself." —Carol Wisman, author of "Emerging from the Heartache of Loss: How to Survive Grief and Start Living Again" Available May 15, 2013 (Blue Mountain Arts).

Learn what grief is, how it affects you...no two people grieve the same way. Even two people that loose the same person will grieve the loss differently. This book will help you realize just what to expect and just how well you are doing with your grief process.

How to Deal With the Natural Process of Grieving After Loss

This is for a long weekend--stunning scenery, wonderful acting.

Chris Spielman co-wrote this book to share the spirit and courage of his wife, Stefanie, who died after battling breast cancer for several years, and to write about how her loss affected him and their four children. The book is a good resource about working through grief and supporting a grieving family.

This is so true. Remember this when talking to people dealing with loss.

The Accused

Crash

Thomas Crown Affair

Don't ever judge how a parent deals with the loss of their child. You can never imagine the pain of watching your baby take their last breath, unless you've experienced it.