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5 Best Ways To Heal From Grief

You just lost someone very dear to you? Or someone you hold on to left you? I can understand you, whichever is the case, I have been there before and I totally know how it feels to be grieving right now. That is why I thought to write this post, ways to heal from grief. I assure you will learn something from this post, so make sure you read from the beginning to the end.

Grief is a stage of life none of us pray we should experience but it comes. At some point of our lives, we may loss people we hold so dear to us and at that time, everything seems to be irritating, life seems unbearable and all strength seems drained out of our lives.

Grief is that emptiness feeling we have when we lose someone so dear to us maybe to death or probably a departure. I actually thought grief is only applicable to people who lost their families not until recently that I saw a man whose wife divorced him. He seems so out of his body, his soul isn’t in accordance with his spirit anymore and I can read it from his behaviors that he’s suffering from grief.

A position of grief is a place we shouldn’t stay for so long because it can shatter our whole world.

Here are tips that can help us Heal from grief:

1. Celebrate your past memories with them

It’s good to celebrate the good memories of those who aren’t with us again. We should celebrate the life well spent, the impact they have made in our lives and how they would have encouraged us to move on if they are alive. We should celebrate that elaborate wedding we did, that nice honeymoon we had together, all the trips with the kids and every other good thing we had together.

This isn’t the time to lament on what we didn’t have time to do with them, this should be a time to remember the things we were able to do with them.

2. Do whatever you feel like doing

Avoiding grief doesn’t help it. You expressing how you feel is the best way to express grief. It’s better letting all the anger out.

If you feel like crying, you can

If you feel like shouting, you should

If you feel like screaming, you should

This will help you get rid of the pain in your heart.

 3. Take care of yourself

It’s good to take care of ourselves while in grief. Grief shouldn’t stop you from eating, dressing nice and doing your daily routine.

How can we do this?

Have the consciousness that if this person that I’m grieving shows up right now, will they be happy to see me the way I am right now? If your answer to that question is no, then you should do something about that.

Don’t skip meals.

Don’t cancel meetings.

Don’t postpone vacations.

Don’t delay contracts.

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4. Understand that grief is unpredictable

Grief can make you feel completely out of control, which is an unnerving feeling and can bring a great deal of discomfort. The unpredictability of the grieving process is normal. You may find that you are crying at unexpected times. Strong feelings can emerge, seemingly from nowhere, and can hijack any given moment during periods of grief.

It may be that during your grief process, you find yourself surrendering to the tides of emotion as they come and go. It may seem as though you are at the mercy of these strong feelings, and that is completely normal. The more you try to avoid feelings and maintain control, the more difficult it will be to recover from grief.

Remember, no one should expect you to be “over” it, or to “snap out” of grief. There is no specific time frame for grief, and it is individual and unique to the person experiencing it. Your feelings may be unpredictable, and that is to be expected at a time of great loss.

5. Reach out to people experiencing the same

It’s good to reach out to people that are experiencing the same thing at that point in time. Their words may serve as motivation for you as you will find out that your level of losses is still small compare to some.

Final Thoughts on How to heal from grief

In conclusion, don’t succumb to grief because it can tear your world apart. Live right and hope for the best. Remember, everything on the planet earth, happens for a reason.

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