Mourning despite the Covid – “Death has made a comeback, we must have looked it in the face!”

Mourning despite the Covid – “Death has made a comeback, we must have looked it in the face!”
Mourning despite the Covid – “Death has made a comeback, we must have looked it in the face!”

Thanatologist Alix Noble Burnand explains how, for over a year, she has been helping people in mourning.

Catherine Cochard

Posted today at 08:24

Death specialist, the Vaudoise Alix Noble Burnand helps the bereaved to set up rituals to say goodbye to their loved ones, face the separation and calm the frustrations arising from the restrictions inherent in the health crisis.

What can be done, despite the restrictions, to support the bereaved?

I had the tragic case of a person who committed suicide at the very beginning of the Covid, when we could only be five. This death impacted a whole group of people. When the family returned home, all the village had bloomed to House. This is something that we can do, as a member of the community. You can also pay a little attention to the grieving person. Write a note, recall a memory with the deceased and report it in writing.

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