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Coping with the loss of a loved one

Last updated 13:30 30/06/2016
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What advice do you have for someone who is dealing with devastating grief?

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Do you miss someone you loved, or who changed your life for the better, and want to share their life story with others?

Tell us about how they lived - their childhood and progress into adulthood, their family, achievements, their great traits.

Tell us why they made a difference to you, how they affected your life and why they will be so missed.

Also, tell us how you deal with the grief of losing a loved one.

What advice do you have for someone who is dealing with a devastating loss?

How do you say goodbye and move from tragedy? 

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