Who is this Blog for?

by Jason on November 6, 2012

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It is almost certain that at some point in your life you will have to deal with the grief of losing someone you loved. This is a very emotional experience, unique to each person.

But, grief is a process that has stages, which can be recognizable to you while you are dealing with it.

You might find it helpful to know that what you are experiencing is normal. It is also very important to know that you will feel better in time through the appropriate therapy for grief.

This Blog will constantly remind you that you are not alone. There are people around you who are willing and ready to help you. Let them share your burden. Together you are much stronger.

These principles apply to both adults and also children in grief. Although the interpretations of loss vary, the formula for healing remains the same.

This Blog also deals with some issues that very few people are ready for at times of grief – the business of death. In pain, emotionally drained, you are not capable of remembering all that has to be done after the loved one dies. But, a huge number of things have to be done. They cannot be delayed until you feel ready to deal with them.

The list of most important issues is listed in this Grief Blog for your convenience. I hope that this list will lessen your burden by helping you to understand what is required and what your options are.



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