“The only cure for grief is to grieve." – Earl Grolman
People of different ages and cultures regard death differently. Middle age adults are usually most fearful of death, while the young seem to have a sense of unique vulnerability about death. Similarly, just as there are many ways of dying, there are many ways to grieve. Bereavement is the acknowledgment of loss that is intensely personal and the grief that flows is the emotional response to that loss.
The stages of grief vary from person to person, relationship to relationship, and depends on closeness of the parties involved and depression-like symptoms can last longer than 2 months and
Grief lasting longer than 6 months can lead to long-term depression and physical ailments
Problems may continue for up to 2 years after death of loved one
A “Talk-it-out” approach to managing grief can help prevent grief-related depression.
We provide Bereavement Counselling in and around Northamptonshire area including: Wellingborough, Kettering, Corby, Northampton, and surrounding areas.