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# Bereavement

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'We were unable to visit her or to say goodbye': The people behind the Covid death toll
'Death is always difficult but during a pandemic it's more surreal': The human side of the 2,000 lives lost to Covid-19
'Remembering our loss': National and local events to commemorate those we have lost during Covid-19
Free national bereavement support line launched by Irish Hospice Foundation
Opinion: A shock diagnosis left me a 30-year-old widower - here is how I survived
Minister wants to change system after student had to sit Leaving Cert exam the day after her mother died
Dealing with the loss of an infant: 'The fact is your world will stop. You become a different person'
Dealing with grief on Father's Day: 'We won't mourn the loss of Adam, but we’ll celebrate everything he gave us'
Column: 'I felt a wave of guilt come over me. How was I laughing in a world my mum wasn’t in?'
'After years of caring for my late husband, who and what am I now that I'm no longer a wife or carer?'
Losing my sister Donna: 'Traumatic shock, grief and facing deep inner demons'
Column: 'I'm facing my second Christmas without my partner, Patric'
Christmas without loved ones: 'Try to keep it simple. The first year is very, very difficult'
Marriage could help reduce the risk of dementia - study
Do Irish people hoard things when we lose someone close to us?
'Dying alone. Like my mother did': Irish people are sharing their fears about serious illness and death
'Dealing with a loved one's death is difficult, but a murder poses special problems'
'Everyone in Ireland deserves to have a good death'
'To me, Father's Day is just like any other day because there's always something missing'
McDonald's pulls TV ad accused of using child bereavement to sell fast food
What will happen to your Facebook account when you die?
'I regret not talking to my mother about her death, don't do the same thing'
Savita Halappanavar "at the core" of new care standards for bereaved parents
A young child telling me about the death of a parent or sibling is the hardest part of my job
How to support a bereaved person at Christmas
'Don’t cry, your mum’s in the room. And me? I was dying inside.'
"There is something profound about holding someone as they take their last breaths"
'What I've learned from working in a crematorium for 33 years'
'Kate is my daughter. Kate was born still and silent. It is the loudest heartbreak.'
Everything you wanted to know about grief but were too afraid to ask
Advice: What to say - and not say - to a friend who is recently bereaved
'Nothing else seemed to matter when she died. I didn't understand why God would take our little girl?'
'In the beginning it rips you apart': Parents discuss losing a child
'What would you tweet from your deathbed?'
'My family and I have had many conversations about my impending death'
Should workers get paid bereavement leave?
Death is a constant companion through life. So why are we afraid of discussing it?
Will I ever adjust to the fact that my mother is gone?
U2 gig to go ahead as scheduled following death of Larry Mullen's father
Column: The Ghosts of Christmas Past – dealing with loss at Christmas