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Cope With Grief

by msecadm4921

From a new Home Office brochure, ‘Coping with grief when someone close has been killed’.

Grief is normal when someone close to you dies. The way you grieve can be influenced by your culture, experience and religious beliefs. There are many emotions connected with grief which you may experience all at once or separately over time. These emotions may come back to you again and again. The trauma of a violent death and the experience of a trial may cause your emotions to be more intense and painful, last longer and be repeated more often.
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When something awful happens, you may feel overwhelmed and worry that more disasters will follow. You may lose your sense of security and may want to rush into things without thinking. The truth is that the world is no less safe than it was. You can only deal with one problem at a time, and it is best to spend a little time each day deciding what needs to be done today and what can be left until tomorrow. Take care of yourself. If you don’t want to do something, don’t do it. Use your family and friends for support and advice. This way you will come through your grief and gradually get back a feeling of being in control of your life.

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