Support & Resources

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Grieving a Coronavirus Death: Help for Special Circumstances

If someone you love has died of the novel coronavirus, it is likely that you are facing a number of challenging circumstances.
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Nurturing Hope in Difficult Times

The caller to the Center for Loss asked a question that is on the hearts of many right now: “Are we going to get through this?”
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Coronavirus and the Six Needs of Mourning

Alongside the physical pandemic, the novel coronavirus is causing a pandemic of grief. That’s what we’re all feeling right now—grief. It’s important to recognize that.
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Funerals in the Time of Coronavirus: Thoughts for Families

For Needless to say, the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 is a challenging time for everyone.

Coping With Loss

Grief and mourning: how can simple words convey the overwhelming range of emotions that you feel when you lose a loved one?

Why Hold A Funeral?

For thousands of years, communities have commemorated their dead with funeral rituals. It is a tradition that is found in every culture and society on earth.

Further Educational Links

These thoughtful articles provide guidance and direction for anyone touched by grief.

Contact Us

In the event of a death in the family, contact Burstows without delay. A funeral director is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and will provide help and guidance from the first contact.