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Nancy Lynn Delk
Fortunately, most of us don't have to deal with grief and loss every day. Our unfamiliarity with the subject does have its downfalls though.
Everyone deals with grief and loss differently. Children may become moody, friends and family may become angry or melancholy. These are all perfectly normal parts of the grieving process.
Everyone grieves differently. Dealing with a loss may be as different as the sudden loss of a child, or the long expected passing of the elderly.
Merriam-Webster defines bereavement as: the state or fact of being bereaved or deprived of something or someone: the state or fact of being bereaved; especially: the loss of a loved
Planning for the loss of a loved one, or even planning your own funeral can be an extremely sensitive and delicate topic. However, it can relieve an enormous amount of stress with some pre-planning.