Coping with Grief

  • 20 Apr, 2018

Grief is an exceptionally scary road to find yourself upon. When someone close to you has died, everything around you changes. The day-to-day activities which you once took for granted can be stripped away in a heartbeat. You may find yourself feeling lost and alone. The feelings that grief stirs up makes many wonder if they are losing their minds.

Grief is especially hard for the parent who has lost a child. Losing a child is an out-of-order process. Children are typically so much a part of a parent's life that when they are gone, many parents simply cannot move forward.

Similarly, the person who loses their partner through death is also likely to be particularly devastated. Not only is that person's spouse gone, but also, often, their lover and best friend.

The individual who has lost a child or partner can find that everything in their life is altered. Simple things such as meals, shopping and quiet evenings at home may never be the same. Grief Can Lead to Other Mental Issues. It is a fact that people who experience deep grief are candidates for other medical issues. Grief can easily turn into depression and it can stay with the person for years, or a lifetime.

Anxiety is also an issue for many whose loved ones have died from an accident, or a sudden death. Fear can paralyze a person. They may constantly be looking over their shoulder waiting for something bad to happen.

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If you are someone you know is severely depressed or dangerous to themselves or others - please call 911 immediatly..