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The death of a loved one is the most difficult events that most people will experience on their lives. We understand how difficult it is coming to terms with the loss of someone close to you, and while we cannot bring them back we can try to ease your pain.


by GianPiero Bresolin

Share your sorrow and talk about your loss with trusted friends, family or a trained professional.
  • Stay active as best you can by continuing to be involved in activities that are important, helpful or enjoyable.
  • Maintain your routine. This helps you to focus on things in addition to your grief.
  • Accept and acknowledge your feelings. Grief can produce many emotions or stages in addition to sorrow. Nurture yourself.
  • Get adequate sleep, eat healthily, exercise, let yourself enjoy fun activities.
  • Avoid taking on more stress in your life or agreeing to challenging projects until you are feeling stronger.
  • Be forgiving of yourself and others. No one can be everything to everyone all the time.
  • Help someone else. It helps you feel useful and needed.
  • Respect your own grief process and timetable. There is no one right way to grieve and no specific time to resolve it. It's different for everyone.
  • Be willing to ask for help. Seeking psychological and/or spiritual assistance when needed is a sign of health, maturity, independence and wisdom.