The most commonly asked questions, answered
Bereavement is sometimes also referred to as grief. It is a term used to describe a feeling of loss. People may experience grief as a mental or physical reaction. Mental/psychological reactions can include anger, guilt, anxiety, sadness and despair. Physical reactions may include difficulty sleeping, loss of appetite, and these may sometimes leed to illness. Seeking the help of specialist Bereavement Counsellor or Psychotherapist may help in providing the support and understanding you need in order to find a way of accepting your loss and move on with life before grief turns to serious depression.
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