Someone I love has died - where can I find support?

Healthwatch England have recently published a new article full of resources and information on coping with losing someone you love.
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Grief is something we experience when someone close to us dies. There is no right or ‘normal’ way to feel, as everyone experiences grief differently. 

Grief is a natural response to loss that many people will cope with through support from family and friends. However, if you want to talk to someone else, there are services, organisations and community groups that can help you.

Healthwatch England have written a really detailed article, including things like:

  • Covid 19 and grief
  • Talking Therapies
  • Mental Health support
  • When to contact your GP
  • Organisations who can support and give advice
  • ... and lots more.

To read the article, click here. 

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