Grieving is a natural response to loss or the death of a loved one.
You may notice the following …
___ Inability to concentrate
___ Change in Appetite
___ Asking, “Who am I now?”
___ Uncomfortable being alone
___ Challenging or questioning your religious or spiritual belief system
___ Preoccupied with your loss
___ Isolating yourself
___ Wonder how you are going to survive
___ Uncontrollable release of emotion
___ Reckless or destructive behaviors
___ Don’t know where to turn
These are just some of the emotions and changes that we may experience when grieving. Please find support through family, clergy, friends or a professional mental health care provider who understands and specializes in helping people with the many complexities that grief carries.