Dealing With Grief
Dealing with the grief from the death of someone deeply loved cannot be mastered or conquered. You can learn to live with your great loss. There will be healing and even joy again, but there can never be full “recovery” or a return to an untroubled past.
Life has a way of allotting it’s pain and challenges to everyone. The longer you live, the greater your chance of being hit by major grief. There is no easy way out or quick cure for it – such is life.
You may be tempted to lessen this tragedy in your life by numbing your mind with alcohol or drugs, or escape it by reading or watching TV incessantly. But it is an important part of eventual grief resolution that you experience and express grief fully, especially in the beginning. It’s only later, when you figure out that you need to function again, go to work without breaking down in the middle of a board meeting that you will need some coping methods to help get you through the day.
- Physical care, Emotional strategies, Spiritual comfort, and Social support
These ideas and strategies came from other survivors of grief, just like you. They work! At the Center, it is our pleasure to offer “solutions…not talk”
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