After losing someone to suicide, transitioning back to ‘usual’ daily activities, such as work, sport, school and other routines can be very challenging.

You are grieving the person you lost and your life as it was with them in it, which may feel like starting again.

Wherever you are in your bereavement journey, it is normal to experience trouble sleeping, eating, getting out of bed and concentrating on tasks.

Taking care of yourself - however you can - is extremely important and can help you cope with the emotional experience of bereavement. It is ok to prioritise your own needs.

Living with grief
Having trouble sleeping
Returning to work or study
Ideas for self-care
The power of recognising strengths
Using your strengths while recovering from grief
Mindfulness for grief