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What is grief ?
Grief is a journey we take. It is an intensely personal process. When we grieve, we rarely know what to expect, because each time we do it the grief is different. Grief will touch us all sometime in our life. Some of us will even experience it many times.
Helping yourself and others heal
It can be challenging to help family, friends, or loved ones who are grieving. People can offer support by:
Offering a listening ear: A person can remind someone who is grieving that they are available to listen whenever they feel like talking about how they feel or sharing memories.
Finding practical ways to help: Instead of saying, “Let me know if I can do anything for you,” volunteer to help in specific ways. This could involve preparing a meal, running errands, or helping with child care.
Assuring them that their feelings are valid: Remember that the sadness can linger in some people for quite some time after a loss. Some days will be better than others.
The grieving process
The stages of the grieving process include shock, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, testing, and acceptance. However, people do not always go through the process in this particular order, and some steps last longer than others.
Accepting a loss
This is the final stage of the grieving process. Acceptance does not mean people feel OK about a loss. Rather, it means they realize the loss is their new reality. They understand that while life will not continue as it did before, it will go on.
This stage may involve reorganizing roles and forming new relationships.
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