As a courtesy to our clients we are providing these pages of support in hopes that the information contained there in may provide you with some insight to your own unique grieving process and understand that you are not alone during this difficult time.
The death of a loved one can be the most stressful event in a person’s life. A wide array of emotions can be experienced, such as sadness, confusion, anger, anxiety, guilt, and feelings of despair. Changes in sleep patterns and appetite can occur, as well as physical illness. These are all normal parts of grieving and the feelings can ebb and flow over time.
There is no “right way” and “wrong way” to grieve. Each person experiences grief in his or her own way; partly based on religious, cultural, social, and personal beliefs and partly because of the relationship with the person who died.
- Understanding Grief
- The Journey Through Grief
- The Mourner’s Bill of Rights
- Helping Yourself With Grief
- (Contains A wealth of information help for all types of grieving)