Experiencing a bereavement can be an incredibly difficult, sometimes devastating time. It is recognised that the funeral service can be an important part of the grieving process, and some people find that in time, with support from family and friends, they are able to move forward with their lives.
For others, they may need additional support at some point following the death of a loved one. If this is your experience, it is important to remember you’re not alone in feeling this way, and that help is out there for you.
There are a number of organisations who specialise in providing bereavement support for anyone struggling after a loss. For example, you could consider contacting Cruse Bereavement Support, who offer both telephone and face-to-face services. Your doctor is also well placed to help you access additional care in your area.