Befriending

One of the worst things about bereavement is the feeling of isolation.
There are many people to help at first with the funeral arrangements and perhaps
for a few weeks afterwards visitors still come to see that you are alright. However,
eventually we are left to ‘get on with it’ and these times might be a blessing.
Yet it’s often when the full impact of our loss hits home. At this point others might
not come around so much.
We feel like talking over the death or about our lost child but there is no one willing to listen.
This is where self-help groups can prove invaluable.
To find out more about The Compassionate Friends (TCF) click on the links. Where you will find
parents who are wanting to support you.

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