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Can counseling help with Bereavement?

Bereavement is the experience of grief and mourning following the death of a loved one, encompassing a range of emotional and psychological reactions to loss.

Bereavement is a natural response to the loss of a loved one, characterized by a profound sense of grief and mourning. It involves various emotional, cognitive, and behavioral reactions, including sadness, anger, guilt, and sometimes feelings of shock or numbness. People experiencing bereavement may also experience physical symptoms, changes in appetite, sleep disturbances, and a sense of emptiness. The grieving process can be unique to each individual, and its duration and intensity vary. Receiving social support, seeking therapy, and participating in bereavement support groups can help individuals cope with their grief and begin to find meaning and healing in the face of loss.


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