Loneliness at Christmas
At Christmas we look forward to spending time with our families and friends but for some, it will be a particularly difficult time as they remember their loved ones with hightened feeling of anxiety, grief and loneliness. As the festivities build for other people with parties, it can feel like the world has forgotten your loved one. This feeling can intesify and turn to further upset, anger or even make you feel like withdrawing from your family and friends. It is very natural to have these feelings and having the time to remember your loved one is very important, but please remember there is always someone who can support you. It may be family, a friend or even someone you do not know, if you reach out to them you may find they understand your situation.
If you feel you can not talk with those near to you, our door is always open for a chat or guidance to a bereavement support service. Below are details of some great organisations who can help support you through this difficult season and beyond (click the charity to be directed to their website):
All these charities are full of people who want to help you but if you would prefer just a quick cup of tea and a biscuit you are always more than welcome to pop in to see us.
From all at Jackson Family.
Funeral Directors in Pershore and Upton-upon-Severn.
24 hour personal attention from Matthew Jackson or Mark Campion.