Being able to reference difficult personal experiences by discussing them with others in similar situations can be helpful. Connecting with experts to support our journey is useful but dependent on the individual’s needs, for example children’s needs are quite different to a spouse’s or other adults.
Research, over many decades, has concluded that humans go through several stages when faced with grief. It is important to anchor oneself in the belief that everything will be ok. Hope is an integral part of our human ability to reset and recover. Many of us find great comfort in understanding how Islam guides us in coping with loss and the journey from this life to the next and what we can do for ourselves and the ones who have gone before us. “We are tested up to the limits of what we can bear.”
Grief is a natural response to losing someone you care about. There’s no right or wrong way to grieve – it’s very individual.
Below are some organisations that can help you in this difficult time.
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