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Dealing with the Pain of Grief
Date: 13 February 2022
Do you feel shocked, empty, numb and deeply hurt, angry and resentful toward yourself, the deceased, other people, God, circumstances, or anything else. These feelings are normal and understandable.
These emotions are what we call Grief and dealing with this is a long-term process. It is important to know that Grief takes time and the relationship with the deceased has a significant impact on how long this process takes. The material impact and practicalities that result from losing a loved one also affects how grief is processed.
It is Important to know that grief has various phases that we experience. These are experienced in any order, and we normally move backwards and forwards between them as we process our grief.
The impact of Grief:
The ESC(SA) has qualified Pastoral, Grief Support and Counsellors available to assist Free of Charge, online or face to face. Contact email@example.com for more information and appointments. The following may help you with processing Grief:
The following may help you with processing Grief:
Dealing with longer-term debilitating Grief:
Some useful contact details: