After the death of a loved one, there is a period of bereavement, in some cultures termed mourning.
This is often a time when feelings of sadness, anger, guilt and/or frustration and anxiety surface and can become overwhelming.
There is no ‘right’ way to mourn, nor is there a predetermined ‘normal’ time period for mourning – it is very individual – how each person deals with bereavement is different. Sometimes it is difficult to talk about your feelings with those close to you. There might be a reluctance to burden others with your sadness, or there may be a fear of judgement or non-acceptance of your thoughts and feelings. It can be helpful at these times to speak to a counsellor who will listen to your fears and concerns non judgementally, helping you find resilience and strategies to manage this difficult time.Enquire Now > Free phone consultation
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