There are many local support groups for adults and children that are professionally facilitated. Please contact the funeral home for names and phone numbers.
The death of a loved one can bring about many difficult emotions. Knowing what to expect can help you to prepare for some of these feelings. You may have emotional, mental, and even physical changes in the following period. Everyone’s experience is different. It is important to remember that there are a wide variety of reactions to this difficult time and that it is normal to feel some or all of these responses.
||-Head and Muscle Aches|
|-Sleep Disorders (Sleeping too little or too much, vivid dreams, etc.)|
||-Nervous / Startle Reactions|
|-Changes in Appetite||-Digestive Problems|
|-Difficulty Concentrating||-Social Withdrawal|
|-Difficulty Making Decisions and Solving Problems|
|-Amnesia for the Event||-Hypersensitivity|
There are things you can do to help you and your loved ones through this challenging time. The following are just examples of what you can do to feel better. Only you know what works for you, and how much time you will need to feel like yourself again.
Keep your life as normal as possible by structuring your time. Keep busy with meaningful activities and by spending time with family and friends. Don’t make any major life change right now.
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