Nobody wants to think about dying, death or grief, particularly in our current culture. We push away any thoughts of death somehow hoping this will prevent it from touching our lives. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way.
Having someone to "normalise" death is an important part of grief. It is not an illness or a disease. We will all be impacted by it. Part of normalising death is having someone who can help you express your feelings of sadness, rage, anger, guilt, depression and any other feelings you may experience. It is important for you to be able to let grief have an expression, so it doesn't stagnate inside you.
I have worked with many people who have felt the loneliness and confusion that death brings. I can provide a safe and caring space for you to talk about the person you loved (and still love). This is your journey and you need to travel it in a way that makes sense to you. I can help you to unravel the thoughts and feelings you may be struggling to come to terms with.