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There is no time limit on grief. There are many organisations and services who can provide bereavement support after the funeral.

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The grief you feel at the death of someone close to you doesn’t end with the funeral. It can hit you when the organising is over and people expect you to 'get back to normal’, or months later on an anniversary or special occasion.

Grief is normal, but it can still be overwhelming. Sharing how you feel with friends and family can help you to cope. There are also many specialist and peer-led organisations who offer support.

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Resources for grief and bereavement support

This list covers organisations offer bereavement support in the form of a listening ear, helpful information and often the opportunity to connect with others in a similar situation. This includes support when someone dies by suicide, when a child or baby dies or when someone dies suddenly.