Grief, loss and bereavement
When we lose someone or something we love, an emotional and behavioural reaction is set in motion, which we call grief. Grief can often feel like a physical injury, a deep wound, and as with all wounds, it often requires plenty of time and nurturing to heal. Sometimes, it can feel very hard to heal from grief, especially if the wound is reopened, or it is difficult to adjust to life without the person or animal that you have lost.
When someone dies it can feel extremely overwhelming, and If you're struggling to come to terms with your loss, it can be helpful to have a supportive, confidential and compassionate space in which to process your grief, nurture your healing heart, and find a way to move forward.