Where can I go to get help with my grief?

We are each impacted by grief at some point in our lives.

Forgive yourself for your feeling and other for their fear.

Your feelings and their fears are both real and important.

Talk to your friends and relatives. They may be frightened to open up to you and to have you open to them because they are frightened they will upset you and/or upset themselves but death is a part of life and something we must all come to terms with.

Grief has a process and if you ignore it, it will exacerbate. It was Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, who first identified and clarified the 7 Stages of Grief in her book “On Death and Dying” which may help you understand the wretched stranger called grief that inflicts us at a time of great loss; and the passage that we all go through to survive.

You can also ask for help from your own GP, the local Community Health Centres, Hospitals, Churches & Ministers of Religion, and a variety of Welfare Agencies.

You will find more information and a list of service providers, on my webpage (see the link below)

Grief & Loss




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