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In the period following the death of a loved one, coping with grief becomes important. The taboo subject of death often leads to relatives trying to cope with their grief on their own. Not infrequently, they seek the path of distraction and repression.
Unfortunately, the losses can not be processed in this way and thus often lead to prolonged depression.grief counseling is the professional way of coping with grief, which includes psychological counseling and grief therapy.
It should be sought especially when one has few or no loved ones with whom to process the death.Death should be understood as a part of life's journey and not just as a useless oddity that complicates life or makes it a heavy idle. The goal of grief counseling is to emerge from the difficult time strengthened and life-affirming.
If you are considering using professional grief counseling, we recommend that you contact the funeral director you trust.