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Dealing with death, grief, and mourning can be incredibly difficult. It's a natural part of life, but that doesn't make it any easier. It's important to allow yourself and those around you to feel the emotions of loss, whether it's sadness, anger, or confusion. Everyone grieves differently, so being patient and understanding with yourself and others is essential during this time.
There is no "right" way to grieve, and seeking counseling support from Juniper can be incredibly helpful. Many tools and resources are available to help you deal with mourning. Remember that everyone grieves differently and at their own pace. Be patient and kind with yourself as you navigate this difficult time. There are many tools and resources available to help you deal with mourning. 
Complicated grief is a form of grief that is particularly intense and long-lasting. It can be difficult to cope with and may require additional support and treatment to manage.


  • Intense feelings of guilt, anger, or despair that do not improve over time.

  • Difficulty accepting the loss and persistent disbelief or denial.

  • Inability to engage in normal activities or to feel joy or pleasure.

  • Difficulty forming new relationships or maintaining existing ones.

  • Preoccupation with thoughts of the deceased that interfere with daily life.

If you are experiencing complicated grief, it's important to seek support from a therapist or grief counselor. Juniper can provide additional coping strategies and a safe space to process your grief. Remember that it's normal to experience complicated grief and that there is no shame in seeking help.

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