It is important to have support during this time and to try to come to terms with your feelings. Parents, friends and family can often be supportive.
We would also recommend reaching out to your GP first and explaining your situation or how you are feeling. If you are unsure of where your nearest GP is you can use NHS’s ‘find a GP’. The NHS also has a helpful self-help guide covering bereavement which you can read here.
Talking to someone who is not involved in your life can help you recognise patterns of behaviour and find your strengths. The University's Counselling Service has a team of qualified and experienced counsellors who can help you to make sense of, and cope with your feelings, your experience and your life. If you need support, you can submit a self-referral form to our service.