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Regardless of whether the loss of a loved one is expected after an illness or due to ageing, or unexpected as a result of an accident, the pain of losing someone you love is profound.

“When a loved one dies, the loss can leave us feeling numb, hopeless or in shock, and although in the beginning we may avoid those painful feelings as a way to cope, the reality is our loved one will not come back and the pain will not go away,” says Erin Ashley, a yoga and mindfulness teacher who specialises in supporting people through

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