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Dealing with the Grieving Process

The grieving process is individual in nature and can be very difficult and trying. Often, coping styles depend upon one's personality and their relationship with the person who has died. Everyone reacts to grief in their own unique way. Taking care of yourself and accepting the support of friends, family, and our professional staff can help a person get through such difficult events.

 

Grief is a reaction to loss. This may include emotional, physical, or social changes. Some of these may include:

 

 

Hospice Touch understands the emotional, physical, and social challenges of losing a loved one. We help guide individuals and families through this period of loss. This includes counseling, phone support, and educational outreach.

 

To learn more about understanding grief, please visit hospicefoundation.org for a very informative video.