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When someone you love dies, your world changes. There is no
right or wrong way to mourn.


Grief, Tips

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  • Take care of yourself. Try to eat right, exercise, and get enough sleep. Avoid bad habits—like smoking or drinking alcohol—that can put your health at risk.

  • Talk to caring friends. Let others know when you want to talk.

  • Find a grief support group. It might help to talk with others who are also grieving.

  • Don’t make major changes right away. Wait a while before making big decisions like moving or changing jobs.

  • Talk to your doctor if you’re having trouble with everyday activities.

  • Consider additional support. Sometimes short-term talk therapy can help.

  • Be patient. Mourning takes time. It’s common to have roller-coaster emotions for a while.


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