bereaved person

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Synonyms for bereaved person

a person who has suffered the death of someone they loved

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Be alarmed if the bereaved person |doesn't want to talk or demonstrates anger.
No matter how awkward you may feel in the company of a bereaved person, never avoid them to escape from their reality.
She said: "If a bereaved person is experiencing symptoms of a heart attack, they shouldn't ignore it and put it down to the fact that they're dealing with a stressful experience.
631), I believe there is therapeutic value in providing counselors, grievers, and a range of other stakeholders with a model to articulate the experience of the bereaved person.
One bereaved person says: "There was so much stuff in my mother's house and I had to fill 17 black bags just to get across the sitting room floor.
In the latest case, in Stoke the GMC ruled Southall's actions were "inappropriate, added to the distress of a bereaved person and were an abuse of his professional position".
The month-long investigation will inquire into allegations that Prof Southall, who denies any wrongdoing, acted in a way which was inappropriate and added to the distress of a bereaved person.
State specific things that you will do and ask the bereaved person to make some choices.
The silly thing is,in most cases, they don't need to do anything -expect give of their time and allow the bereaved person to talk.
The third is guilt, when they think there was something they could have done to prevent it and the fourth is acceptance, when the bereaved person finds a way to adapt to their loss.
One view is that a bereaved person goes through several stages of emotional distress, including shock, anger and depression, followed by resolution of the loss.
He takes it upon himself , as a recently bereaved person who couldn't save his wife from illness, to save his city from destruction.
The bereaved person may need immediate practical assistance with security, for example, or childcare, dealing with the media, informing other family members of the death, or making bill payments.