What To Do After A Person Has Passed Away

Dealing with Bereavement

When a loved one passes away, there is so much to think about, paperwork to complete and red tape to deal with, all while you are dealing with your own loss.

Here are some links which you may find helpful

The Government website

The Government website offers help and support on what to do after a bereavement

Here is a link to their website: What to do after a bereavement.

Citizens Advice

The Citizens Advice is a great resource of information and has a really helpful section on bereavement and what needs to be completed.

Here is a link to their website: What to do after a bereavement.

Bereavement Advice Centre

The Bereavement Advice Centre offer help and support in all aspects of dealing with a bereavement.
Here is a link to their website: Bereavement Advice.

Here is a link to a checklist which you may find a helpful checklist.

When dealing with grief, there is no right or wrong way, as everyone deals with grief in their own way. Most people will go through five stages of grief, they are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
During any of these stages you may feel that you wish to speak to someone outside the family. If so, Cruse is a great organisation that can help with this. You may also find that your local hospice or Macmillan centre, Marie Curie and Hospice UK will be able to help.

Holistic / Alternative help and support

Below are some links which you may find helpful.

Blog post on using essential oils to help with loss and bereavement, please click here.

A guided meditation to help with loss and bereavement, please click here.

For ideas on creating a memorial for a loved one please click here.

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