Grief & Healing
We all handle the loss of loved ones in our own way and in our own time. However, there are common feelings of grief that many people go through on their road to healing. When you understand and come to grips with what is normal, this time of loss and suffering may become easier.
Grief varies depending upon the age of the person who died, how the person died, the relationship with the person, and who else (such as a child or parent) is also grieving the loss.
The important thing to remember is that you are not alone. If you take the time to grieve properly and seek help if needed, you will get through this difficult time. For more information about understanding death and grief, including the loss of a pet and dealing with death during the holidays, visit The National Funeral Directors’ Grief Resources.
Download our free resource guide, "When a Loved One Passes — Where to Start and How to Plan."
If you have just lost a loved one, are preparing for an impending death, or are looking ahead to the future, this planning guide is designed to help you cope with practical tasks during emotional circumstances. It provides supportive information and checklists to make a challenging time a little easier, along with the reassurance that we will be with you every step of the way.
Grieving Alone and Together: Responding to the Loss of Your Loved One during the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Sara Murphy, PhD, CT, with a foreword by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
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