Pellows Bereavement Support

After the Funeral

Grief is our natural response to loss in our lives. There is no right or wrong way to grieve and people experience the grieving process differently.

When a loved-one dies, family and friends can find it difficult to cope with the grief they experience, and can be unprepared for important decisions and arrangements that need to be made.

Ways to help through grief

  • Exercise regularly – choose an activity that you enjoy.
  • Maintain a balanced diet and take supplements if you need to.
  • Structure your time. Keep routines as normal as possible (especially where children are concerned) – prepare a list of things to do.
  • Spend time with others but also allow yourself some time out.
  • Do things that make you feel good.
  • Talk to people. Express your emotions clearly and honestly to those you trust.
  • Write down some of your thoughts or feelings.
  • Limit your use of drugs or alcohol.
  • Keep important decisions for a later time. Your judgment may for the moment be a little impaired, so take your time.
  • Ask for help when you need it.
  • Above all, be kind to yourself!
Stuart R.22/11/17
Amazing service from a professional team.
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pzNx x.20/01/20
Beautiful services, compassionate and attentive would recommend to all.
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Rob M.25/09/19
Wonderful and compassionate professionals. Highly recommend
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Noel J.02/12/20
I cannot thank Pellows enough for the gracious and dignified service they offered to my late mother. They did the same for my father back in 2005. Thank you so much for everything you did for our family in this sad time
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