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It can be really painful to lose someone you care about so Good Thinking has created this guidance to help you cope with your own grief and support other people through bereavement.

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There is no right or wrong way to feel when a relative or friend dies. Bereavement and grief affect people in different ways – you might experience shock, numbness, anxiety, sadness, anger, exhaustion and even guilt – but there are things you can do to help you come to terms with your loss and to support those around you.

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