Help for the Bereaved

Getting Support

We all react to the death of a loved one differently.  Our reactions are as different as the relationship we had with the person who has died.  Some of us will find that we want to withdraw and be on our own, whilst others may want to talk about what has happened.  If we are lucky we will have family and friends who can support us.  We can also talk to our GP if our grief goes on for a long period.  There are also many charities that offer advice and support and someone to talk to.  This can include advice on what to do when someone dies, death certificates, tax and money issues, probate, and many other things.  The internet has made it easier to contact these support groups and I have listed some below which may be of help to you.

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