If someone close to us passes away, a beloved pet dies or if we lose touch with someone important to us or an important relationship ends, we can experience a whole host of thoughts and feelings while we grieve the loss and adjust to life without them.
Grief is a natural response to the death of someone close to you and it can be very challenging to deal with. When we are bereaved we may feel all sorts of emotions such as sadness, anger, anxiety, loneliness, guilt and frustration and we might find it difficult to continue living the life we want to.
You might want some help to process your feelings after losing someone you love and Able Futures could give you support for managing your mental health while you are grieving. Apply now for up to nine months advice and dedicated support from a mental health professional.
When someone close to you dies it can be emotionally devastating. Some of the physical, emotional and behavioural symptoms you might experience as you come to terms with your loss include:
When you are bereaved you might have feelings including:
If you want some support to help you cope with grief, Able Futures could help you make changes to help you manage your time at work so you can give yourself time to grieve.