Grief changes over time and becomes part of life. and you look for other ways to live with the experiences you have gained. Support and guidance is available via the national health service helpline 1177 Vårdguiden, as well as other organisations and networks.
Grief is a natural emotional reaction to the loss of a loved one. Processing that grief is so much more than simply feeling sad. For a while, your everyday life will look very different.
Living with grief
While life clearly becomes very different when you lose a loved one, day-to-day life goes on. In grief, you look for other ways to live with the experiences you have gained. Grief changes over time and becomes part of life. This process is very different from one person to the next.
While the support of your friends and family is invaluable, the best long-term support often comes from others who know what it means to left behind when someone dies. There are a number of survivors’ associations and networks where you can get help.
In the midst of grief there is help and support
VIMIL is a network for those who have lost someone in the midst of life.
When a family member dies, 1177 Vårdguiden
About grieving and crises in childhood, BRIS
Randiga Huset – helping children who have lost a loved one
Read about grief
You can buy books, or borrow them from the library, that deal with grieving and how others who have lost a loved one have coped.
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