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The Pain of Losing A Loved One

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It is hard to imagine the pain of losing a loved one. It's even harder when that person was your parent or child. The loss can be so intense that it feels like your heart will break into pieces, and you may even feel guilty for being alive. It can feel like your whole world has been turned upside down, and it may seem impossible to find any sense of happiness again. For many people, the pain is exacerbated by a lack of closure or unfinished business left behind by their loved ones. If you're dealing with grief, know that there are ways to heal and move on after a tragedy strikes. The first step might be reading about how other people have coped in order to find hope for yourself. You can also talk about their death every day until it feels natural again. 

This blog post provides tips on how to cope after someone has passed away in order to deal with the sadness and grief associated with losing a loved one.

The Feeling of Loss

When I think of the feeling of loss, my mind automatically goes to seventeen years ago when I lost my mother. It was hard to watch her struggle with life as days went by, but it was also hard when we found out the systemic scleroderma would win. We would take care of her, bathe her, change her clothes because she couldn't do it by herself. When they finally said her time here on earth was over, it still came as a shock. It was like time stopped for me and everything became still. The colors faded, sounds were muffled, and I couldn't feel anything but grief.

Why We Feel Pain When a Loved One Dies

It is a common human experience to feel pain when a loved one dies. This is because we have been conditioned from birth to love and care for others, so when someone we care about passes away, it can be difficult for us to cope. It's been years since my mother died, and I still feel pain. When a loved one dies it is an emotional rollercoaster the entire family goes through. The death of a loved one can cause anger, depression, guilt, denial, and many other feelings that are not easy to cope with. To help deal with grief on your own here are some tips:

  • Take time out of your day specifically dedicated to grieving over the death of your loved one. 
  • If it helps write a journal or spend some time alone with thoughts and memories of the person who passed on.
  • Talk to others who have lost someone dear to them as well.
  • Take time off work if needed for yourself.

All these things may seem trivial but will provide you with closure with time.

What To Do After You've Gone Through the Grieving Process

The grieving process is a long, arduous journey. You may feel like you are never going to be happy again or that the pain will never go away. However, there are ways to help yourself heal and recover from your loss. After experiencing an emotional loss, it's important to learn how to live with your new reality. It doesn't mean forgetting about what happened or pretending that nothing has changed; it means learning how to live in spite of the change and remembering all the good things in life while adjusting for your new situation. The grieving process can take years and sometimes decades but this does not mean that there is no hope for recovery; we just need time and support from our loved ones.

When someone dies, it is easy to feel like you are the only one who has lost something. You may be feeling alone in your grief and this can make everything seem overwhelming. However, when you honor their memory and legacy in a way that brings joy to others, it will help bring some light into your life again. Here are some ways that can help you honor your loved one's memory in a way that brings joy into the lives of others: 

  • Organize an event for them - Create an event or plan festivities to celebrate their life through food, music, laughter, and more! This helps you remember them while also bringing happiness back into your own life. 
  • Share memories with friends - Write letters or emails telling people of all the wonderful memories you hold of your departed loved one.

Grief is a lonely and painful process that often feels like it will never end. It can be overwhelming when you feel as though no one understands your pain but rest assured there are many others who have been in the same place before. Reach out to an online support group for advice on how they managed their grief or read articles from blogs about coping with loss. You deserve time to heal after losing someone close to you, so take care of yourself first by doing things that make you happy and surround yourself with people who love and understand you. As always we're here if this article has brought up any questions or concerns- just comment down below and let us know.

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