Bereavement Classes Bereavement Classes is for those that have a family member or friend who has recently passed on. The bereaved can attend the classes together with their friends and family in order to make new connections. There are many classes that are available. There is one called the Bereavement Assistance Group, which is for… Continue reading Bereavement Classes
Saying and doing the right thing can be difficult when you try to express sympathy of offer condolences to the bereaved. It is important to acknowledge the loss and give support whenever possible. Here are some ways you can express condolences next time and avoid coming off as unsupportive and uncaring.
Death is considered as a normal part of living. However, being left behind is never easy. People who are coping with the death of their loved ones is never easy. The challenge is to help them deal or even just be there for the people who are bereaved as a support.
The holiday season is supposed to be the most beautiful time of the year but not for everyone. The pain of losing a loved one seems to become heavier during the holiday season. Here are 5 things we can do to lighten the burden and enjoy the time we have our loved ones who are still with us.
Crying, feeling scared, angry, etc. are normal emotions people feel when they lose a loved one. By expressing these emotions, family members properly engage in the grieving process. Additionally, everyone has their own way of showing grief. Some people internalize their grief. Therefore, failing to cry at a funeral doesn’t mean an individual doesn’t feel pain. Everyone copes with loss differently, and there’s no specific time table involved.