Grief: Helping Someone Else in the Aftermath of Loss

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National Centre for PTSD
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In the wake of loss, it can be hard to take care of those you care about who are grieving. As with self-care, there are many possible ways to offer support to someone who is grieving, and a variety of factors that affect how you can offer support, including the amount of time that has passed since the loss, your personality, the grieving person’s personality, the nature of your relationship, your past experiences, and the amount of time and energy you may have to be a support.

This leaflet provides strategies that may be helpful when caring for those who are grieving.

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