Healing Strategies To Cope With Bereavement

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Moving Forward

It is without a doubt that one of the most stressful events in the life of an individual is to lose a loved one from a sudden or mysterious death. To the observer, the pain and loneliness are there but can be dealt with easily, especially if it was ‘a good way to go.’  But to the bereaved, it is more than just the pain. It is the thought of not having to see or touch your loved one forever. Feelings of shock, anger, seclusion, sadness, and confusion get all mixed up from within. There is hopelessness that the wounds can never be healed.

As time goes by, the pain and the sadness lessen, usually after you have gone through the denial, anger, and depression stages of grief. Amidst the mourning, you are now able to open your mind to help yourself with some essential healing measures to cope with bereavement.

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Memorialize your Mother

Memorialize your Mother

When your mother dies, there is nothing like it. There you are, going along in your life as normal when suddenly all these uncomfortable feelings show up. You feel sadness, anger, betrayal, fear, guilt, hurt, loss, you are overwhelmed, and even panic. Where did all this come from? They are all part of your feelings of grief. I feel for you in your grief but you can handle it. You will survive. However, if you are struggling to cope with loss and depression, seek advice from free online counseling.

Even if your mother was very old, you still tend to feel a lot of negative emotions when she dies and often you don’t know what to do about them. Most people allow themselves to cry for a few days around their friends and family and then only cry alone. They think of their loss and cry. This can continue for weeks, months, even years. Some people can’t stop crying because something will trigger their memories of their mother and make them cry again. But we must have to remember that everyone goes there. No one will stay forever. But rest assured they always be remembered.

There is something you can do about it. You can tap away the excess feelings of grief, one day at a time. Even the first day when you hear of the death you can tap to keep yourself from feeling overwhelmed by your negative emotions. Tapping any of your acupressure points helps your body produce serotonin to calm you down. And this manner, it would help you to feel better in a moment. For more assistance in helping you move on after the death of a loved one, contact an expert for free online counseling.click here for further details.

Points to tap: Beginning of eyebrow, top of the head, side of the eye, under the nose, under the eye, 2 inches below collarbone and tip of the chin. Continue reading “Memorialize your Mother” »

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