The loss of a loved one can change your life. Even if we believe that we are strong or well prepared, the feelings of grief can be very strong. These feeling are natural – feelings of pain, longing, vulnerability and confusion. Sorrow, anxiety, fear and anger may also emerge at the time of your loved one’s death and may continue for many months. During your time of grief, you may find that your daily routines and roles, as well as your relationships may change or seem overwhelming. You may not know where to turn for support and help during this period.
Our specially trained Bereavement Counselors are available for you and your family to navigate through the bereavement and grief. Any family member, partner, friend or caregiver of a hospice patient may ask for all hospice bereavement services.
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