Coping with loss and grief
Your first thoughts when you hear the words, loss and grief is the thought of the death of a loved one, which is often the most intense form of grief. But any loss can cause grief, the loss of your job, divorce, health or even the loss of your dreams and aspirations. Whatever your loss, it is personal to you and there are ways you can cope and in time move on with your life in a positive way.
The NHS provide information about seeking help with grief after a bereavement or loss.
Cruse bereavement support offer support, information and advice to all ages when someone dies.
The Good Grief Trust exists to help all those suffering grief in the UK. They aim to find the bereaved, acknowledge their grief and provide reassurance and a hand of friendship and ongoing support. Their vision is to bring all bereavement services together around the country, to ensure that everyone receives the support they need.
Child Bereavement UK supports families when a child sadly dies or is dying and when a child is facing bereavement.
Mind offers information and support for those bereaved, including blogs of personal stories.
Young Minds support young people and their parents to cope with grief, including information on ways to work through your grief and showing personal real stories of how people have come to terms with their grief and moved on positively.