The Grieving Process

If you are dealing with the Probate Courts you probabley have suffered a loss or are making a very difficult decision about someone close to you.

After the loss of a loved one, just getting through the day seems difficult. Allow yourself enough time to grieve, and give yourself as much time as you need. We all cope with loss in different ways. Understand there are no hard rules for the recovery process.

Get through the Grieving Process

                

If you have lost a loved one, friend or colleague, or experienced a trauma that has changed your life, it's normal and natural to grieve. The grieving process gives us time to reflect and find new strength that enables us to continue life's journey and regain peace-of-mind.

Understanding more about grief and the grieving process can help you heal, yet grief is frequently misunderstood and many misconceptions persist.

I lost my 16 year old son in Milford Ct. and some of the following links I found to be very helpfull after his death, I wish I found them sooner then later.

The stages of grief http://www.hns.org/Portals/1/Stages%20of%20Grief.pdf

Taking care of yourself http://www.hns.org/Portals/1/Taking%20Care%20of%20Yourself%20Handout.pdf

Loss affects people in different ways http://www.hns.org/Portals/1/Loss%20Affects%20People%20in%20Different%20Ways.pdf

How to help someone who is grieving http://www.hns.org/Portals/1/Help%20someone%20who%20is%20grieving.pdf