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'Just tell the school there's been a family bereavement last night and he's extremely upset,'

http://www.goodtoknow.co.uk/family/550314/day-off-school-loss-of-a-pet-debate
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Announcing the new bill’s publication, Margot James, business minister, said: “We want parents to feel properly supported by their employer when they go through the deeply distressing ordeal of losing a child. That’s why Government is backing this bill which goes significantly further than most other countries in providing this kind of workplace right for employees.”

http://www.personneltoday.com/hr/government-publishes-parental-bereavement-bill/
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Although your employee may appear fine, there may be times when their performance takes a dip, their energy is low, or they say the wrong thing in a meeting. Everyone grieves differently, and your employee may not follow an expected pattern after their return to work. Give them extra forgiveness for mistakes and simply being "off." Your empathy and patience will go a long way during this tough time

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2017/10/17/life-after-bereavement-leave-14-ways-to-support-grieving-employees/#55f836f0782b
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3. As you sort your home, you should think about your will, memorial service and the inheritance you'll leave behind, too.

The experience should be comprehensive and practical, helping you to be prepared for the end of your life, allowing you — not others — to make the big decisions.

http://www.housebeautiful.com/lifestyle/cleaning-tips/news/a9795/what-is-swedish-death-cleaning/
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She says the handkerchiefs “care for tears of joy or sorrow” and are appropriate not only for funerals but for weddings, graduations and other celebrations.

http://www.naplesnews.com/story/money/business/local/2017/10/14/gifts-care-help-those-attending-emotional-events-business-naples/578683001/
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“Distractions are a necessary part of coping with any traumatic loss. No one can live in either sadness or escape all of the time," he said. "Adapting to this new world is a large-scale project that requires both. The process of grief is one of navigating these extremes and the range of everything in between.”

http://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/yoga-wellness/travel-to-cope-with-grief
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Who do you need to contact? What documents must you produce? When do you need to let everyone know what’s happened? It’s an emotionally draining period but the good news is it doesn’t have to be as overwhelmingly complicated as it first appears.

Here is our guide to unravelling the financial history of your loved one and dealing with all the administration in a calm, stress-free way.

https://www.lovemoney.com/guides/68320/bereavement-how-to-handle-your-loved-ones-finances
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Well here’s something stratospheric: what if you could literally leave the world in an exploding cascade of glitter, making you a permanent part of the cycle sustaining life on the world?
#eternallyloved #celebrationoflife #ashscattering

http://www.alphr.com/life-culture/1007295/sheffield-based-ascension-flights-offers-funerals-in-space
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He says sharing your reactions online to an extent can be beneficial and healthy because it helps people normalise their emotions.

"Largely in our culture grief is a private experience, it's not shared or discussed; we have a view that in a couple of days people will return to normality and I think what an online presence enables people to do is to receive some kind of validation for their experience," he said

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/10/05/grief-can-manifest-online-too-says-expert
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