When you lose a close family member, it's obviously the start of a difficult time. The grief itself is hard enough to cope with, but if you're even partly responsible for sorting out the practical side of things, it's a lot of extra stress on top. One of the things people often find toughest is clearing out the home of the deceased person. It's not something that usually needs to be done immediately, but if the person lived alone, it will have to be sorted fairly soon.
15 August 2018