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Bereavement Counseling /
Grief Counseling: 

By coming to Bereavement Counselling / Grief Counselling and talking about how you are feeling about your loss we will explore your personal experience of bereavement, how it has affected your life and how you will cope with all these emotions and eventually feel better in the future.  This type of Grief Counselling / Trauma Therapy will help you on your way to feeling better.

Call 07557 524 888 to talk about Bereavement Counseling.

Bereavement and loss are feelings that we will, likely, all have at some point in our lives.  When a loved one passes away, this can create a huge cocktail of emotions including shock, guilt, anger, relief, depression and great sadness. 

This can affect you in many ways, you may feel shock and a huge loss as the person whom was always there is no longer with you, there may be great pain; both emotional and physical, there may be immense sadness and depression.  It may feel like your life has stopped and you don’t know what to do next or you may feel like you are walking round in a ‘ghost-state, ‘ just going through the motions and not really being a living part of everyday life.

Things that may help you now / practical help for you straight away:
Find out information for yourself on how bereavement and loss affects people by doing a quick search on the internet right now, you may well find that by understanding a bit more about what it is you are feeling or finding out how other people feel may help you start to cope with your own personal feelings better.

A web link to look at would be:

Take a moment to think if you have allowed yourself to grieve for the person who died.  Sometimes you can get so wrapped up in the logistics of funeral arrangements, any legalities and looking after the remaining family that you don’t think about yourself and your feelings.
Are their things you may have liked to have said to the person who died?  Maybe consider putting your thoughts about this down in writing; this can help you explore and express your own feelings.
Do you feel like you want to talk about the person who died but other people around you don’t seem to mention it, or even avoid talking to you?  This happens because people can feel very awkward talking about death; if it feels right for you and you want to talk about the person who died, it might help for you to start the conversation about your bereavement.  Once you have broached the subject it can almost ‘give permission’ for others to talk about it too.

Call 07557 524 888 now to book in for your Bereavement Counselling.




















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