How To Handle The Loss Of A Loved One

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One of the worst things that can happen in your life is finding out that someone close to your heart has passed away. It hurts to accept the reality that you are not going to get another chance to be with that person. You have no other choice left but to grieve the death of your loved one and move on from it. We understand that there is no easy way to overcome this heartbreaking moment in your life. “They need to see that grief includes missing someone after they die and being sad when we can’t see them or talk to them,” Jill A. Johnson-Young, LCSW says.

For this reason, we are going to share to you some of the effective methods that you can use to ensure that you will not have a hard time in handling the loss of a person who matters in your life. Here are some of the things that you need to remember:

Remember The Happy Memories

Stop thinking of all the negative emotions associated with the death of your friend or family member. Instead, make an effort to replace it with better and happier memories. Remember all the lovely times and great bonding moments that you shared with the said person. Fill your heart with joy instead of sadness. Take note that your loved one would be happy to see you move on from the hurtful event.

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Cry Your Heart Out

You cannot just wake up one day and force yourself to forget the pain. Take note that you have the right to express what you feel. It is entirely okay to cry your heart out until you feel better about the situation. Do not prevent yourself from showing what you honestly think. Take note that the more you restrain yourself, the more challenging it is on your part to fully move on.

Be With Others

“Families who feel together heal together.” as Christina G. Hibbert, PsyD put it. “Let them talk, cry, tell their story over and over to you. Say, ‘I’m so sorry,’ and ‘I’m here for you.’” she added.

Do not be afraid to grieve with other people. Share your pain and suffering to others so that you will not have a hard time letting go. Talk to other people who have also experienced the loss of a loved one. In so doing, you will get a better chance of finding peace and understanding what happened. Being with these people can help you to slowly see that there are still better tomorrows that you can enjoy soon.

Keep Yourself Busy

At this point, it is essential to emphasize the fact that not every person has his way of grieving for the death of a person. There are those who can function well if they start to become busy with other stuff. If you believe that this is going to work for you, then all you have to do is to look for other things or to-do’s that can keep you preoccupied. By investing your time in these projects, you will begin to take your mind off the pain. Eventually, you will start to heal.

“Taking some time away from the situation will help change their mindset and assure them that life continues, even after a sad event.” Jeff Nalin, PsyD says.

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Conclusion

As already emphasized above, there is no easy way to move forward and let go of a loved one who already passed away. You have to put your heart and mind into making it happen before you can experience success. Be patient enough to go through all the grieving process.

Understanding Grief Better (Therapy Discussion)

Grief is a tricky emotion because it makes someone feel uncomfortable. When it immensely affects both emotional and psychological states, it can cause severe damage. That’s because a person begins to think about the negative things which will slowly deteriorate his brain’s function. When a person is grieving, the emotional and psychological target is unclear.

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Placebo Effect: Is It All About Expectations?

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Have you heard someone says that medicines are only effective if you believe it to be that way? Some people argue that the medical or herbal treatments are helpful only because that is how you see it. The most common term for this is called as the “placebo effect.” This can be confusing at all. In this article, we will attempt to provide more detailed information about this matter.

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Top Traditional Herbal Medicines

Herbs are the broadest form of cure since ancient history. Every culture and civilization in the past possesses their own set of traditional medicine from the mixture of plants and herbal essence. Some of these herbs are so effective and risk -free that they are currently present in contemporary medicine.

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Chiropractic: A Musculoskeletal Alternative Therapy

Chiropractic involves correcting the spine, bones, and joints to alleviate symptoms and disorders without the use of surgery or contemporary drugs. It is currently a popular alternative and complementary medicine. Studies about chiropractic approve its efficacy in decreasing pain and improving physical function.

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Benefits Of Castor Oil For Hair

Castor oil is one of the vegetative oils that help reduce hair fall, soften and maintain a healthy hair the natural way. It is from the seeds of the Castor Oil plant botanically known as Ricinus Communis. The ricinoleic acid, antibacterial and antiviral that is in Castor oil is the reason why it is very beneficial to hair growth. The unique property of the oil is its ricinoleic fatty acid for hair improvement.

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Earthing: Discovering The Earth’s Healing Power

But Experts Remain Skeptical Over Its Claims

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Have you noticed how refreshed you feel after spending time surrounded by nature whether that is at the beach or the mountains? Or have you felt how invigorating and cleansing the fresh air is to your lungs? Or still, have you felt that energy that seems to hum into your digits and all throughout your body as you bury your hands or feet under the beach’s sands or the mountain’s spring waters? If you have, my friends then, you have experienced earthing or grounding.

This practice, according to homoeopaths, tap into the earth’s intrinsic therapeutic properties. They go on to say that earthing can heal various physical maladies including inflammations, pains, and even stress.

But, is there truth to these claims?

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