Bereavement and grief following the death of a loved one is an extreme form of loss and can often trigger problems such as a depressive disorder. The time spent in a period of bereavement depends on how attached the person was to the person who died, and how much time was spent anticipating the loss.
Grief is our personal experience of loss. Grief is multifaceted and can literally affect all areas of our life: spiritual, psychological, behavioural, social, and physical. In grieving, we come to terms with what has changed our life and how our life has changed. Grieving is tough, and we must work to get through it. All grief is not like when we lose someone we dearly love, and with whom we have shared a good life