When it comes to dealing with the death of a close friend or loved one, "feeling is healing."

Dennis D. Ashton, of LDS Family Services' Farmington, Utah, office, says many people don't realize that mourning is natural and necessary. They also might second-guess themselves or feel guilty about what they might have done to prevent a death. But what they need to do, he says, is allow mourning and the grief process to take place.

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