NORWICH – It’s difficult to walk through the emotional mine field of grief after the death of a loved one. You may struggle starting life over again when, in reality, the landscape of your life has been changed forever. Your emotional skin has been scarred and you may not be equipped to heal yourself. Family and friends can expect you to “bounce back” sooner than you feel ready. These are all legitimate challenges facing the bereaved, says Hospice Bereavement Coordinator Maureen Casey-Bryant. That’s why she’s starting a new support group in the New Year.