WHO TO APPROACH IF YOU'RE STRUGGLING WITH YOUR GRIEF

We know that dealing with grief can be really difficult, and sometimes the support you need isn’t available.

Please don’t suffer on your own.
There are tonnes of people out there who will listen.

Effects of bereavement

The death of someone close to you can be emotionally devastating. You might find you experience a range of physical and emotional symptoms as you come to terms with your loss. The links below are to our information on specific conditions and symptoms that some people experience when they are going through a bereavement.

Coping with a sudden and unexpected loss

Dealing with the death of a loved one is one of the hardest things any of us will have to face.

If someone close to you dies unexpectedly, it’s natural to ask why and how it could have happened, particularly if they were young or seemed perfectly healthy.

Coping with cancer

During the last few months or weeks of life, people with cancer might have symptoms, strong emotions and other challenges to cope with. There is help and support for people who are dying with cancer, as well as for their carers, friends and relatives. 

Information and support

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, we can help. Find out what to expect, get information, practical advice and support, hear from experts and read about other people’s experiences.

Coping with bereavement

The death of a loved one can be devastating. Bereavement counsellor Sarah Smith describes some of the feelings that can arise from losing someone, and where you can go for help and support.

 

Coping with bereavement

The death of a loved one can be devastating. Bereavement counsellor Sarah Smith describes some of the feelings that can arise from losing someone, and where you can go for help and support.

 

Coping with bereavement

Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people