Coping with grief at Christmas

Sue Ryder:

Whether it’s your first Christmas without someone, or they died many years ago, you might find that your grief is more intense throughout the holiday season. If you're struggling to cope with the sadness, anger or any other emotion brought up during this time, we're here to help.

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Cruse Bereavement Support

Whether it's your first Christmas since they died, or you lost someone many years ago, Christmas can be a particularly painful time. We’re here to help you cope with how you’re feeling.

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Marie Curie

Christmas after the death of a loved one

If you’ve lost your a partner, parent, silbling or a close friend, the build-up to Christmas can be incredibly difficult and sad. The first Christmas without a loved one might even be something you are dreading, as it can bring back memories of the past. We’ve gathered some coping strategies from five of our Marie Curie experts that may help you navigate Christmas without your loved one.

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Norfolk libraries are hosting bereavement café’s, below are the libraries that currently host a bereavement café:

  • Cromer Library
  • Downham Market Library
  • Gaywood Library
  • Hunstanton Library
  • Dereham Library
  • Great Yarmouth Library


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