How to Manage the Loss of your Loved One
We all must come to terms with the death of our loved ones. Some have already gone through the experience already. Ami Shroyer comes to mind, since she lost her unborn child, and shortly after watched as her husband died too. It is something no one wishes others to have to experience. But sadly, we all shall die at some point. Those we live behind shall grieve their loss. It would be good if they were prepared for such an eventuality.
There is so much that goes into dealing with the loss of a loved one and the accompanying grief to be covered adequately. You may get a few coping mechanism ideas to apply in such a situation easily. There are those that should work for most people.
You need to spare some time to express what you feel about the loss. Grief and sadness cannot be separated from such a loss. It is ok to let emotions flow as they should. It is not advisable to attempt suppressing them.
You need to be open with such emotions. Do not try to mask what you are feeling then. There is no shame in being in that particular state of mind. If crying is what you want, go ahead and cry it out. It tends to bring some relief. Therefore, cry as much as you need to.
Find a trusted pal, and tell them how you feel. It could be a family … Read More