Allow those in your life to help you. Be honest about what you need. Your friends and family are experiencing the loss as well. They are also experiencing a different type of loss. They see you, a person they love and care about, hurting and in pain.
I often hear, "My support group has been wonderful for me." We memorialize our children and spouses, speak of them with special memories, and lean on one another during our hard times. It is especially important because when a loved one dies it may feel like you are the only person this happened to. Many are able to meet wonderful people who are experiencing the same type of pain and loss they are.
I work in a residential home and would like some tips on how to handle one of our residents deaths. When we lose a resident it is my resposibility to notify the familly ( of the lost one), I would like some advice on how to handle this situation because I am not very experienced And find it hard to break such news. Thank you.
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