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Death is, of course, inevitable, but when someone you love dies, the loss of them can have huge repercussions on the rest of your life. Now, in the midst of a global pandemic, deaths are dominating the news, and grief is being experienced by many more people, often suddenly and without warning.

As Operations Manager for Cruse Bereavement Care Nicola Dias says, ‘There is no “normal” way to grieve. There is also no timeline. Grief can take a long time.’

Stages of grief

Grieving is a normal, healthy

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