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How to Overcome the Loss of a Loved One People react to grief and loss differently. This can cause more depression, frustration and loneliness, when people fail to grasp the magnitude and depth of the changes that are occurring. A good example is the events that occurred in Ami Shroyer’s life. She is a renowned singer, song writer, minister, and speaker, who suffered the loss of her husband. Most of us suffer great losses, but we rarely are prepared to deal with the loss and its accompanying grief. It is important to understand the process. The Christian faith recognizes God as all powerful. When such terrible times come, it is important to remember that God is in control of everything, and what is happening is His will. They believe that it was not by chance for it to occur. Finding someone to listen to you has been shown to help. When you say what you are going through, your mind put things in perspective. Some people resort to displays of bravery and calm during such times. This is counterproductive. Grieving is part of the process. It is not wise to live with so much stress from the grief. Grieving is not something to do halfway if you are to remain healthy. Attempting to go against this process, or pretending to be fine only prolongs the inevitable. Once the process starts, it is wise to let it finish. This is a process that should not be rushed. It takes time. There is danger in allowing it to proceed for too long. One may end up getting stuck in that state. You may have to resort to professional counseling help. You can opt to join a grief support group. Such groups provide a safe environment for those who are facing similar challenges.
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Taking time from your usual surroundings and immersing yourself in other activities and people is great too. This will help you focus your mind on other things, apart from your sadness, which could be depressing and lonely.
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It is a good idea to ask someone to be regularly checking up on you, so as to be sure the process is leading to favorable results. They will see to it you survive the process. Keep your focus on living your life one day at a time. There is no need to bear so much anxiety at this stage in life. After resolving your past, you can confidently proceed to the future. In your progress, you may regress occasionally. Plan to absorb those shocks. That is part of the process. You will get past that too. Try and allow other areas of your life to keep progressing. After you are done with the grieving, your life will still need to be lived.