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The loss of a loved one through separation, divorce or death can be a traumatic life event and can cause a major emotional crisis.  It is important to remember that these intense feelings of loss are normal – there is a grieving process, which differs for everyone, and recovery can be slow and painful.  If you feel you can’t cope and need help talk to your doctor and look at the different support services that are available.Bereavement can have a serious impact on our mental health. When someone dies, we enter the process of grieving. There is no right or wrong way to grieve and we can experience a wide range of emotions as we come to terms with someone’s death

Normal feelings include:

  • being stunned at the loss
  • longing for the person who has died
  • anger towards yourself
  • guilt over a last encounter or what you would have liked them to know
  • sadness or depression.

It is not unusual to think you hear or see the person who has died. This can be part of the grieving process.

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