Myth There are right ways and wrong ways to griev e.
Reality No two people grieve alike,
even when experiencing the same loss. Your grief is based on a variety of factors, including your relationship with the deceased, your personality, other losses, and current stressors. Your reactions will be unique to you.
Support for You The Elizabeth Hospice Bereavement Program
The Elizabeth Hospice is here for you and you family during this time of grieving with condolences, support and services..We encourage you to draw on our expertise and experience for support and education as you continue on your grief journey. A bereavement counselor is available for you and your family. Please feel free to call 760-737-2050 or toll free at 800-797-2050 to arrange to speak with a counselor or visit https://elizabethhospice.org/services/counseling for more information. Complimentary bereavement programs include individual, couple, family and child counseling. Support group counseling is also available in an open, drop-in format. In addition, occasional groups are available for a particular population, such as those grieving the loss of a parent or those grieving the loss of their spouse. Sometimes a phone call to a counselor will be enough to ease your fears or concerns. Other times, you may need a face-to-face meeting with a counselor or a support group session with others who’ve experienced a similar loss.The Elizabeh Hospice Bereavement Program is a resource for you. Please take advantage of our services and remember that you are not alone. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– For more information or https://elizabethhospice.org/services/counseling or call 800-797-2050.
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