Helping Those Who Are Grieving Cope
When you know someone who is dealing with a death of a loved one, you want to do whatever you can to help, but often don’t know what to say or how to say it. These articles give you tips and suggestions to help someone cope with their grief.
After a funeral, things will eventually have to get ‘back to normal’ but, for someone who has just experienced a loss returning to normal is not an easy task. This outlines what a grieving employee can do when they return to work and gives tips to employers and co-workers on what they can do to help.
Everyone wants to help a friend who is grieving the loss of a loved one, and very often they don’t know what to say or how to say it. This will give you tips on how you can help someone you care about cope with a loss of a loved one.
When someone you know is dying, it is natural to feel confused about what you can do to help. This will help clear up some of the confusion and will give you tips on how you can help the person who is dying and their family deal with their emotions.
Many people call friends their “chosen family”, and the death of a close friend can affect you just as much as a death of a family member. This outlines the grief you feel when you lose a close friend and what you can do to help with your own grieving process.
Holidays and other special days are meant to be happy and joyous occasions but they are often extremely difficult for someone who has just lost as loved one. This gives you advice on how to get through these special occasions, and gives you suggestions on how you can set up new rituals and traditions.