PPMW | Coping with loss
Grief and Coping with Loss is the subject of this week's joint article with Inspire Wellbeing in our promoting positive mental wellbeing series.
It is important to realise that grieving is a natural and normal process of adapting to the loss of someone close. Grieving is not a weakness. It is a necessity. Everyone experiences grief differently because our reaction depends on a range of individual factors, such as our personality, age, relationship with the deceased, cultural practices, the level of social support and our spiritual beliefs.
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