Supporting You Tomorrow and Beyond…
The death of a loved one will affect everyone differently. This is fine as there is no ‘set’ time or way of grieving.
Some of these signs are very evident, for example, you may experience difficulty sleeping or you may find that you no longer have a healthy appetite and go for long periods without eating.
You may feel anxious, depressed or you don't really know what to do with yourself - a state of limbo.
However, for some, and particularly in the case of children, there may not be clear signs that we can pinpoint.
Talking to someone about how we are feeling offers enormous relief for many as they find that they are able to express how they are feeling without any judgement and in a private setting.
Here we give you a few signs to look for and points to consider for both adults and children's needs.
Personal Touch Funeral Planning, here to help you