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Bradley Funeral Home
601 Route 73 S,
Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone: (856) 983-1005
Fax: (856) 983-3595
601 Route 73 S
Marlton, NJ US
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Losing a family member, friend, or loved one is a painful inevitability of life. Grief is a natural but difficult process that helps us deal with the powerful emotions that accompany the passing of someone close. While we all grieve in different ways, and no one way is right. It's important to find healthy ways to express these feelings. Grief counseling can help individuals and groups find constructive outlets for their feeling during the grieving process. Bradley Funeral Home offers grief counseling to the families we serve.
Individuals often feel overwhelmed by the symptoms of grief, and can become despondent thinking they will never be able to move on. The closer the connection, the harder the loss. With the assistance of qualified mental health professionals, people can develop techniques to manage the symptoms and talk over the feelings in positive ways. In addition to one-on-one sessions, group therapy can be especially helpful, bringing together family members and friends of the departed for extended conversations celebrating the life that was.
While some people are able to cope with bereavement on their own and accept the loss, others find it too painful to examine their emotions. Suppressing grief and trying to 'soldier on' might be less painful in the short run, but the pain can't be avoided forever. Grief counseling provides a forum to express these difficult emotions. A qualified mental health professional can help learn how to avoid triggers that bring on bouts of difficult grief and help those afflicted to be open and honest with their feelings, letting them out rather than holding them in.
Bradley Funeral Homes has the experience and compassion necessary to help people through the trying bereavement process. We serve people beyond the funeral by providing grief counseling services.
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