Whether the person who died was your parent, spouse, child, or friend, one thing is the same: someone you love is no longer near you. Your loved one can no longer play the same role in your life, and you can no longer play the role you played for your loved one. It’s going to be hard to get used to. How will you manage?
The truth is, no one can answer this for you. Your grief is every bit as unique as your loved one, and you must find your own way through it. But you can find help by learning from the experiences of other people who have grieved, and accepting help from Intermountain’s bereavement services.
Intermountain provides a variety of programs and bereavement support options, including:
- Grief support groups
- Grief support letters
- Memorial tributes