Looking Down

We have compiled a list of useful national bereavement resources that cater for Australians from all walks of life.

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What To Do After a Loved One Dies

To make the hardest time of your life that bit easier, we have compiled a list of priorities after a loved one dies.

Empty Chair, Group Meeting

Breaking Bad News

Being the person to tell another of a tragedy is a position we all dread, but also a position that most of us will find ourselves in at some point in ...

Sadness, Tears, Man and Woman

Suicide Bereavement

Coping with suicide bereavement presents challenges unique from other forms of bereavement. Here's how to manage the grieving process.

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    How to Cope When a Loved One Causes You Pain
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    Being hurt by a twist of fate is hard, but being hurt by the deliberate actions of a loved one is often harder. In this blog post, we address how to come to terms with a life changing event caused by someone close to you.

  • Children and Grief
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    A child's immaturity means that they often work the phases of grief erratically. Here's how you to approach children and grief.

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    Coping with Miscarriage
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    The loss of an unborn child is a unique experience that can leave you devastated. There is no way to forget the life you had imagined for you future child, and no way to answer the burning question: Why?

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    How to Deal with Regret
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    Regret can create a vicious cycle of self-blame. However, regret can also act as motivation for change. Today’s blog addresses coping with regret.

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    Coping With Grief
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    Most people undergo five emotional stages when coping with grief: denial, anger bargaining, depression and acceptance. Here's what to expect.