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Coping with death and grief
Most people experience grief when they lose something or someone important to them. If these feelings are affecting your life, there are things you can try that may help. Support is also available if you're finding it hard to cope with stress, anxiety or depression. Grief experiences Below are some grief experiences, from Cruse Bereavement Care, click on 'learn more' for more information in each section Losing a parent Although we often expect our parents to die before us, we are
Bereavement top tips for employers and line managers
Returning to work after losing a loved one can be an incredibly difficult and emotionally fragile time. As an employer, it is crucial that you provide a supportive, open and flexible working environment for employees going through a bereavement. Sue Ryder's Online Bereavement Service provides practical advice so that you can help employees through their grief and support them effectively. Here are some top tips, you can [download the booklet here](file://cnwluk
Support after sudden bereavement during Covid-19
Bereavement is one of the most challenging things that we can experience, affecting every one of us. In some traumatic circumstances, we might need additional and more specialised support to help to cope with a bereavement. Thrive LDN has put a new resource together to support you if you are grieving the sudden death of someone close to you, or if you are supporting someone going through sudden bereavement. [Click here to access ](https://thriveldn.co.uk/resources/support-after-sudden-bere