When a family member dies, there is an unspoken tightening of the family boundary and increased dependency on those who are left. Enmeshment may freeze the communication of grieving and isolate the family further from community support Death seen as punishment for past ‘sins’.
How do you cope with multiple losses?
Sit down, take your time and focus on one section at a time. You can only deal with what’s right in front of you. Don’t try and tackle it all at once and try not to let the size of the grief stop you from managing it.