Managing Grief in the Era COVID-19
Millions of people worldwide have experienced recent deaths of loved ones—some have even lost multiple family members. Whether or not the deaths are COVID-19 related, every person’s experience with grief is a personal journey, and many circumstances can complicate it, even when the person losing someone is surrounded by helpful family members and friends. Only the bereaved person can decide when he or she is ready to move toward a healthy resolution of their grief. If this is your experience, know that counseling to help your grief journey is available from professional counselors. Many are uniquely gifted in this process. Find them with the help of your EAP or by reaching out to one of the many associations focused on this topic, such as grief.com.
Keith Stein |
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