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You might be grieving for many reasons: someone you love passing away, a loved one being diagnosed with a terminal disease, your spouse filing for divorce, losing custody of your children, etc. The key is how you respond to your grief and figuring out how to get through it with minimal long-term damage.
The worst thing for you to do when grieving is hold in all your pain and sorrow. You need support during trying times; without it, you won't get through it in a healthy way, and you will suffer more in the long run.
Here are some options you have for grief support.
If you feel like you have no one to talk to and don't want or know how to reach out to professional support services, you can start by calling a help hotline. It's the fastest and easiest way to speak to someone willing to help, regardless of the time of day. These hotlines exist so that everyone has easy access to a support system, so if you feel like you have no options, you can give one a call any time you're in need.
Some people prefer to go to group support sessions to speak about their grief because it puts less pressure on them. It's also helpful knowing that other folks feel the same way as you. Hearing the stories of others, and sharing your own, is a healthy way to deal with your grief.
One-On-One Therapy Sessions
If you're the type of person who wishes to keep your grief as private as possible, you will benefit from one-on-one therapy sessions. It's helpful to speak with a trained professional who knows about the struggles of grieving and can advise you on getting through it the right way. Since it's their profession, speaking to them openly about your grief can be easier than talking to others who may not fully understand what you're going through.
Speaking with Someone Close to You
Sometimes it's not about who you talk to as much as it's about talking with someone. You don't want to bottle up your emotions and hold in your thoughts. A good place to start is to contact someone close to you who you trust and tell them about your current struggles.
Prayer or Meditation
Outside support is essential to healthy grieving, but you sometimes need to find help from within or through spirituality. Prayer and meditation are both excellent ways for you to process major life events that cause grief.Share
16 August 2022