Shortly after you lose a loved one, it is perfectly normal to be upset and show emotion, no matter the emotion, everyone will feel different, it is important that you don’t hold it in or keep it to yourself and that you find the support you need.
Grieving is a natural and an important part of losing someone you care about, it helps in the process to be feeling better again and its important you don’t stand alone during this time, because theirs nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about during this time and finding help through us, family or other places is important for you, there are many places you can get this help and support you need as we know this is a stressful time for you and your family.
Who can you ask for help?
When it comes to dealing with grief you are never alone, there are so many people that can help and support you during this hard time of your life and they can talk to you any time about anything going on inside your head to get any emotions out, they will always be supportive and help you the best they possibly can to make sure at the end of it you are feeling better.
There are also groups around to help you deal with bereavement if you feel lost or alone, the local communities are sure to have place to help you during this tough time, places you could look for could be Churches, Charities or possibly Organisations locally to you
You can get help from a number of places;
If you would like to find help more directed at supporting you during the loss of a partner, you can call;
If you want to find somewhere closest to you try;
If you want some help more guided at the loss of a child or help if your child has lost a parent;
If you want some help guided if you have lost a child during pregnancy;