What can I do when I can’t visit a loved one who is dying?
Memourne Admin | May 15, 20
During these difficult times you may have a family member, friend or loved one who is in the last weeks or days of their life. You may be cocooning or current visiting restrictions may mean that you are unable to visit them. This is a very difficult situation to be in and you may find this very upsetting.
Memourne Admin | May 07, 20
Planning a funeral during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you’re caring for someone who is very sick and are worried they may die, or someone you love has just died, you may have some concerns about what might happen at a funeral during this COVID-19 response period.
Memourne Admin | Apr 28, 20
Acknowledging and coping with grief from a COVID-19 death
The world is reeling from the impact of COVID-19. If you lost someone due to COVID-19, you may feel that your own world has turned upside down. There are so many rules and situations that you cannot control, but you can do your best to work with things that you can instead manage and change.
Memourne Admin | Apr 22, 20
Helping people do's and don'ts
It's certainly very difficult to witness a friend or a family member going through a hard experience like mourning. While in general everybody is different and we all react in our own personal way, there are basic principles and ideas that apply across the board.
Memourne Admin | Apr 20, 20
As time passes
Most people experience a sense of shock when they are first bereaved. It is difficult to absorb what has happened. But what happens after the first few days, weeks, or months? Can we help our friends or family members as time goes by?
Memourne Admin | Apr 17, 20
Helping people through mourning
Grieving is challenging: difficult to go through and difficult to witness. But this doesn't mean that we cannot do our best to support a person that has just lost someone.
Memourne Admin | Apr 13, 20
Understanding bereavement and grief
Death and loss are just sad facts of life. They just happen and there is nothing that we can do to stop them. Grief is a natural process of reaction and adjustment to these changes. Let's try to understand how it works and how we can work our way through it.