Death and Loss

It’s natural to feel sad, depressed, anxious and angry when someone close to you dies. We can help you find support as you come to terms with your loss.

Whether you’ve lost a family member, a friend or a much-loved pet, you need space to grieve and come to terms with their death.

You’ll feel a whole range of emotions including numbness, anger, sadness, depression, even guilt or relief. You might find yourself worrying about other people’s health, or your own. These feelings are all quite normal. Working through grief takes time, and with the support of family and friends, most of us come through it.

Some people find that coming to terms with a death is a struggle, and life can feel hard to cope with.

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