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Grieving Process​ Understanding Grief and loss

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Understanding Grief and loss

The death of a loved one can bring a range of feelings and emotions. Coping with a loss can be extremely difficult.

Grief is the way we react to loss, and we find it to be a process rather than a destination. We also find that there is no right way to grieve.

Taking time to reflect on the death of a loved one is a healthy way to cope with grief.

This section explores how someone who has experienced grief, or someone who is supporting a bereaved family member or friend, has learnt to cope with this loss as they share their experiences.

How We Can Help

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Grief Support Group


Losing a loved one is a painful experience. Support is available from Balanced Wheel if you have lost someone close to you. Sharing your experience of grief with people on a similar journey can be more helpful than trying to cope alone. No one should grieve alone


No of group support sessions: 10 sessions
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Information & Advice

Balanced Wheel Information & Advice

Balanced Wheel provides advice, guidance, and bereavement support through carefully curated and created content to those who are grieving, as well as to those who are supporting the grieving, such as the social support network of the bereaved family and friends.

Balanced Wheel Information & Advice

We offer guides on a range of topics, such as handling deaths, what to do when someone dies, planning funerals, supporting bereaved individuals, and managing loss anniversaries, as well as grief survival guides.
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