Monday, August 8, 2016

Learning How to Overcome The Pain Of Losing Loved Ones

Be smart, be strong from the heart! In life there are many beautiful things, besides the loss still exists. The loss of someone you love will make you extremely painful, maybe even make some people depressed or cause depression becomes worse. Let's learn how to overcome this pain a powerful way.

The difference between grief and depression at the loss of loved ones

After the loss, each one expressed sorrow in different ways. Some may have the same symptoms as depression, as sought to avoid social activities and always feel extreme grief. However, grief and depression have different points following essentials:
  • Time spent manifestations: depressed people always feel depressed. Grieving people have mood changes or changes in waves an erratic manner. 
  • Sincerely itself: people with depression often do not respect ourselves. They always feel myself unworthy or even hate themselves. But those who grieve without these feelings. 
  • Hallucinations: people with depression may have hallucinations. Sometimes, they feel like a sound heard something, seen something that does not exist, or believe things that are not right. But the grief is no such symptoms. 
  • Accept the support: the depression often isolate themselves from society or even alienate others. However, those who grieve can dodge social activities but they still accept the support from the people they love.
Grief can lead to depressive disorders, but not all those who grieve are severely depressed.

Complicated grief

Grief is a normal feeling that occurs when you lose someone you love. However, some people experience pain that lasts more than normal sadness. It called complicated grief attacks. Complicated grief can be boundaries grief and depression. It can cause depression or make people with depression becomes worse.

Symptoms of complicated grief include:

  • Hard to think of anything except the death of their beloved; 
  • Feeling always remembered the deceased standing against them; 
  • Difficult to accept the departure of who they love; 
  • Long and painful feeling after losing people they love; 
  • Feel life is no longer mean anything anymore; 
  • Difficult to trust others or blame anyone for the death of loved ones; 
  • Difficult to remember the good memories of the people they love; 
  • Grief worsening, even wanted to accompany the deceased.
You should see if your consultants go through the complicated grief after losing someone you love.

What should you do now?

After the loss, you should give yourself a suitable period for recovery. Take care of yourself is not a selfish act when you go through the grief. Instead, it can be part of the process to help you feel better physically and mentally.

Here's what to do to help you through the pain of loss:

  • Dining and full workout. You can exercise by walking, biking, gym or join an aerobics class; 
  • Sleep at least 7 to 8 hours a night; 
  • Learn a new skill such as cooking class participation, the club who like to read books or attend lectures at local schools; 
  • Meet and chat with friends or the people you love, they will help you through the pain, you should avoid looking to alcohol or drugs as a way to divert yourself because it will make your mood Day worse; 
  • Find a support group of people who experienced the traumatic loss of loved ones; 
  • Trying to maintain daily life and forgive yourself for mistakes or what you've done for the deceased.
Some of you because I want to forget the pain often eluded the anniversaries related to the deceased. However, according to the doctors Hello, the organization of the anniversary can be an effective way for you to feel less sense of grief.

When should you see a doctor?

If the pain is not only signs but also reduce become so severe that exceed tolerance and affect your health, this is an alarming situation. You go to the doctor if the loss makes you have the following symptoms:
  • You difficult to perform daily activities in a normal manner; 
  • You feel guilty conscience or blame yourself for the death of someone you love; 
  • You lost your sense of purpose in life; 
  • You no longer want to integrate into social activities; 
  • You feel you can not continue to live as losing someone you love.
However, although in any case, do not think of suicide or self harm themselves. Remember, you are responsible for your life and the people around you offline.

Losing someone you love does not mean that your life will end that will be the beginning of new things. Seek help and support will help you feel better. Your pain can be healed over time and you will continue to step forward, brave recognize and organize the holidays of your memories with the dead.


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