Vospers Bereavement Support
Grief is a natural response to loss in our lives. People experience grief differently and there is no right and wrong way to grieve.
When someone dies, family and friends can find it difficult to cope with the tremendous grief they experience and can be unprepared for important decisions and arrangements that need to be made.
After the funeral the return to everyday life can be particularly difficult and your grief can leave you feeling disorientated, exhausted and lacking confidence. It is important to honour these feelings as they are related to your loss and are a normal part of the grieving process.
Grief takes time. At Vospers we recognise this and offer you, or immediate family members, a complimentary support service with our bereavement support person, Mary Harker. Mary has worked for many years with people who have recently experienced the loss of a loved one. She will make contact with you offering one to one support, and to help you understand the many facets of grief. You are not alone, and connecting with this kind of support can help you move through the process.
We also offer a free book, ‘Now What?’ This is a guide for people living with the death of someone close. It is written by Lois Tonkin, a highly regarded grief counsellor and writer. A colourful poster, Remembering to Live is also available for children and teenagers.