And while the bereaved person may wish to be dead, the depressed person may attempt suicide, and some succeed.
Why not chat over a plate of humus with members of bereaved Families for Peace and Combatants for Peace?
Later the first couple worked the rope line, hugging and kissing the bereaved.
This is an excellent book for the bereaved and for the un-bereaved who walk beside them.
These short daily devotions help the bereaved feel less alone.
The bereaved poet knows and reflects on many things at the very instant he is suffering the shock of his loss.
And the lady blessed Evelyn, and felt that, if bereaved, she was not alone.
What a comfort that tail was to Sancho, none but a bereaved bow-wow could ever tell.
Therefore, like a bereaved mother, she only gave herself the more to her father.
In her song we see no trace of depression, like that of a bereaved and desolate mother.
Old English bereafian "to deprive of, take away, seize, rob," from be + reafian "rob, plunder," from Proto-Germanic *raubojanan, from PIE *reup- "to snatch" (see rapid). A common Germanic formation (cf. Old Frisian birava "despoil," Old Saxon biroban, Dutch berooven, Old High German biroubon, German berauben, Gothic biraubon). Since mid-17c., mostly in reference to life, hope, loved ones, and other immaterial possessions. Past tense forms bereaved and bereft have co-existed since 14c., now slightly differentiated in meaning, the former applied to loss of loved ones, the latter to circumstances.