Grief & Bereavement

You may experience all kinds of emotions when you lose a loved one.

These emotions include:

  • Sadness
  • Anger
  • Depression
  • Guilt
  • Regret
  • Anxiety
  • Loneliness
  • Helplessness
  • Shock/Numbness
  • Fatigue
  • Relief

You may also experience changes in sleeping patterns and in appetite. You may find yourself crying, a little or a lot. The pain and sadness you’re experiencing is a normal reaction to a significant loss.

However, for some people, the grief is extremely intense and can interfere with daily routines. These individuals may require extra help with coping.

Everyone grieves differently

The grieving process takes time. It’s a personal and highly individual experience. While some people start to feel better in weeks or months, others may experience the grieving process for years.

We don’t place a time frame on grief. We understand that you may never get over the grieving process. It’s our goal to help you learn how to cope and adjust to living life without your loved one.

Bereavement counselors provide the following services:

  • Phone consultations
  • Support group referrals
  • Short-term grief counseling
  • Grief literature

Parkview Home Health & Hospice is sorry for your loss. Please let us know how we can help by calling (260) 373-9800.

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