is not what happens to you....
is what happens to you.
be it physical, emotional, or material will precipitate grief.
loosing something or someone of value.
is the only appropriate response to a loss.
with it's many ups and downs last far longer
society in general recognizes.
grief is individual.
your friends and family will experience it and cope with it differently.
is an acceptable and healthy expression of grief
built up tension.
as you feel the need.
reactions to the loss of a friend might include loss of
or over eating, as well as sleeplessness.
find that you have very little energy and cannot concentrate. A balanced
diet, rest and moderate exercise are especially important for you.
and relatives may be uncomfortable around you.
want to ease your pain but do not know how.
the initiative and help them learn how to be supportive for you.
possible, put off major decisions such as...
residence, changing jobs, etc., for at least a year.
real or imagined is a normal part of grief.
in thoughts and feelings of "If Only".
to resolve this guilt, learn to express and share these feelings and learn
to forgive yourself.
is another common reaction to loss...
like guilt, needs expression and sharing in a healthy manner.
causes a person to challenge and examine
her faith or philosophy of life.
be disturbed if you are questioning old beliefs.
faith offers help to accept the unacceptable.
to become involved in a group of friends having similar experiences; sharing
eases the loneliness and promotes the expression of your grief in an atmosphere
of acceptance and understanding.
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