bereaved person


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Noun1.bereaved person - a person who has suffered the death of someone they lovedbereaved person - a person who has suffered the death of someone they loved; "the bereaved do not always need to be taken care of"
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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Intellectually a nonentity," Ossipon pronounced aloud, abandoning suddenly the inward contemplation of Mrs Verloc's bereaved person and business.
Create an environment in which |the bereaved person can be themselves and show their feelings, rather than having to put on a front.
The time at which a bereaved person needs support can also vary.
The last thing a bereaved person needs is money worries, but increasingly people are getting into debt to afford a decent send-off for those they care about.
However, Shoosmiths has also invested heavily in training the staff who will man a dedicated bereavement helpline to provide not just advice and assistance about legal issues, but also to understand the caller's situation and give advice and guidance about the many issues that confront any recently bereaved person.
To really help, ask the bereaved person if they would like you to come with them to register the death, plan the funeral, or simply do the shopping.
She says the bereaved and their families should be aware of the sharply increased risks during the grieving period and families should ensure the bereaved person is taking care of themselves.
She says the bereaved and their families should be aware of the sharply increased risks during the grieving period, and families should ensure the bereaved person is taking care of themselves.
Under the new service, a local registrar can support a new parent or recently bereaved person through a step-by-step process that will automatically notify central and local governments of their change in circumstances.
and one bereaved person claiming workplace asbestos caused diseases.
Although, in Western society, we expect that within a few days or weeks the bereaved person should" get back into the swing of things" (Monk, Houck, & Shear, 2006), typically a long process of change lies ahead.
No one can tell a bereaved person it is time to move on but we can help show them there is a future despite widowhood.