How To Cope With Grief
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How to Cope With Grief

In today’s society, grief is something that run rampantly among family members whether, mother, father, children, or other immediate relationship. So has this experience existed since the beginning of time but for some reason it seem harder and problematic as far as finding resolution.

We may ask yourselves as to why is it that the grieving process seem to be more difficult now than in yesteryears and that would certainly be a fair question. Perhaps we could raise countless number of possibilities but still not arrive at a definitely answer.

The pain seems to linger much longer, the void seems greater and depression is seemingly on the rise. However, I continue to wonder if this is an imaginary situation or perhaps things have just changed in my view since I matured and can and do understand what it is when death comes and steal your love one. The fact remain that there is a void and certainly it is excruciating. It really doesn’t matter whether it is an infant, child or adult the pain seem to be the same.

Lately I have seems and witness some experiences that seem not only to erupt a tearful and remorseful person but it seem to bring out the worst in some folks or perhaps even become a mental challenge for others. So I ask myself has this always been the norm or has it evolved into what it is for perhaps another reason. Then, again, I think to myself that I too have lost love ones and somehow manage to live through it and pursue my goals or perhaps even greater ones.

It is a known fact that death and grieving is a lesson and what you receive from it will make you worst or better. I chose better as I begin to understand that ‘Life is but a vapor, It appears for just a little while, than it vanishes away”. But that’s me and my perspective of life itself other may differ and so I am motivated to write this article.

I want to answer the question as to what to do if you do not feel better over time? So let me expound on a few different types of grief. There if complicated grief whereas reaction last longer possibly months or years and possibly could get worst over time. You will have trouble accepting the death and resuming to life. Please do not confusion this with depression.

However the next one would be ‘depression’ which is an illness with some symptoms to those of grief. Please seek out support group or other interventions such as pastoral or professional counseling this will allow you to be better able to deal with your grief.

The last that I would like to mention in this article would be “PTSD” commonly called posttraumatic stress disorder. This type could be experienced if your loss were violent or shocking in some way. It could results to recurring recollections of the death that are quite disturbing.

Albeit, they may be different in nature but still become a distraction for the remaining portion of your life. Therefore before it becomes so cumbersome and difficult let me recommend a physician that has always been able to sooth my hurt, pain and the agony once I call Him up. This great physician has an office near your home. His name is Jesus and he is omnipresence and will see you even in the midnight hour if necessary. He never refuses a client and will give you peace that surpasses all understanding.


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