Care recipient (cr) is trying to cope with the death of someone he she cared a lot about and is having a very hard time getting through it materials

Try: Try to help cr understand that some people do not know what to say to a grieving person people react to death differently cr should try not to be offended if someone makes a comment that cr feels is insensitive cr needs to go through the different stages of grief in order to accept death it it’s important to be sensitive to others feelings but cr should do what he she feels is best for him her no matter what cr’s circumstances grief produces a range of emotions and each should be acknowledged make sure that cr understands that he she doesn’t have to go through this alone try to get cr to accept help when offered cr should try to avoid letting anyone tell him her when it is time to move on cr is the only one who really knows how he she feels reassure cr that it is ok and normal to be angry at god now is not the time to debate this question but to accept that it is ok to have these feelings try to help cr work through the denial and anger so he she can reach acceptance

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Categories: Sage, Topic, Emotional Psychological, Personal

Information: From the telephone book look under support groups or nicotine anonymous

References: how to cope with the death of a loved one by margaret norton no date available at www howtodothings com

Keywords: Grief death loss

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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