Accept your grief: That relationship is, in fact, over. Therefore, it is okay to feel like one feels when someone passes away. You are entitled to feel your loss. Ride the waves of sorrow without being pulled down or lost in them. Do not struggle against it. Identify them for what they are: the waves of emotion that will take you through some strange flows for a season and throughout that period they will give your heart time to recover. Grief is a part of recovery.
- Even if no one knows what you are experiencing in your life, you can still accept your pain from yourself. When you are feeling hopeless, take a moment and say, “I am sad, but never mind, the situation will be fine for me.”
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Share your grief with others: Although people around you may not understand the depth of your feelings, do not be afraid to share your grief with some people you like.
Seek professional help if you need it. If you feel that you are suffering unhealthily or you are depressed, you will probably need to seek the help of a professional. A doctor can help you understand your grief and whether you are feeling depressed.
- Talking with a physician can be helpful even if you are not depressed. A doctor can help you understand how to handle your grief.
Pledge not to make haste by yourself: The old saying “Time heals all wounds” is true. However, facing the spirit with realism and giving yourself time to recover increases healing. We might want a quick healing, but ultimately agile treatments don’t exist where there was real love. Accept the treatment that time offers and vow not to hurry yourself.
Take one day at a time : face that mountain of time and break it into small pieces. You can press the pause button to plan longer goals. This time is actually one day at a time.