When someone we love dies we grieve and our grief can feel overwhelming.
Unfortunately we can’t avoid, go around or over the pain of grief, we have to experience it so it is important that you allow yourself time to grieve, be kind to yourself and adapt to your loss in the way that is right for you.
You may or may not be experiencing the following;
- Shock, disbelief
- Anger, guilt, regret
- Yearning, loneliness,
- Sadness, depression
- Anxiety, panic
- Disturbed sleep, lack of appetite
- Lethargy, irritability
- Difficulty concentrating
- Finding relationships too demanding
- Wondering if you’re ‘going mad’
We support carers, families and friends following the death of someone who received care from Blythe House. If this does not apply to you, please speak to your GP about other counselling services that are available in our local area.