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Grief is not a problem to be cured.
It is simply a statement that you have loved someone.

In our hearts, we all know that death is a part of life.1

However, dealing with death is not easy, no matter how prepared we might be.

Grief is so powerful that people sometimes look for ways to go around it rather than experience it. This approach will not work. The best thing you can do for yourself is to work through grief and express your feelings.2

Dr. Bill Webster of the Centre for the Grief Journey believes that “Grieving people need to talk and for that to happen someone has to be willing to listen.”3 For this reason, finding a support group is most helpful for many people. The purpose of a support group is to give you a sense that you are not alone in your sorrow.

 

National Mental Health Association 

American Hospice Foundation

Dr. Bill Webster