A guide to Facebook etiquette after someone has died

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When someone you love passes away, turning to Facebook can be a profoundly helpful way of processing that loss and expressing your grief. But, for the deceased’s nearest and dearest, social media can be deeply overwhelming and upsetting in the immediate aftermath and even the long after a person’s death. 

People grieve in different ways What’s upsetting for some people can be comforting for others. Knowing what is and isn’t appropriate can be extremely hard to gaugeMashable spoke to grief experts and a number of people who’ve dealt with loss to find out what one should and should not do on Facebook following a bereavement:   Read more…

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