To make an agonizing story short, someone you loved has died—passed away due to the carelessness or negligence of another, no less. You’re coping the best you can with these horrible circumstances; perhaps you’ve taken time off work or pulled your children out of school. Perhaps you’re losing yourself in the funeral planning, figuring out how to give your loved one the send-off they deserve while the world hunkers down in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Maybe, too, you’re striving to work through things emotionally, while trying to process immense amounts of anger with sides of denial while also navigating a changed relationship with the entity responsible for your loved one’s death. We understand that this is an uncertain and emotionally tumultuous time.
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