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Bereavement Counselling Information

crantockgirl3407 Community member Posts: 22 Courageous
To all the amazing and lovely Scope Online Community members reading this post, I hope you are all well, and feeling your best. I have not posted anything for a very long time, and hope things have been going well for you all!

I have recently lost my beautiful cousin, who sadly committed suicide a couple of months ago. This was very shocking and deeply upsetting for me and my family, as there were no warning signs at all. This just happened suddenly, and we did not see it coming.

Therefore to say how terribly sad, angry, and upset my family and I, are, would be an understatement!

I would like to enquire about Bereavement organisations and or charities who offer Bereavement support and counselling. I don't know of any, and would be very grateful if any community member knows an organisation/charity that I can contact for counselling and or support.

I feel numb, angry, extremely sad, upset, and finding it very difficult to cope with this very tragic loss of my cousin. The pain just wouldn't go away for me and my family.

Any input/advice would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks for taking the time to read this post. Wishing you all a very pleasant day!



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