Bereavement refers specially to the process of recovering from the death of a loved one. Grief is a reaction to any form of loss. Both words encompass a range of feelings from deep sadness to anger. The process of adapting or overcoming to such loss can be dramatically depends from person to person in relations to one’s backgrounds, beliefs, relationships and in context to what one has lost, and also due to many other factors. Though thought’s during grief can vary, like: that there is nothing I can do it, it’s my fault, I could have done extra efforts or he/she had a good life but it was not the right time to go. Such feelings and thoughts can be troubling people in grief and results in frequent swinging of moods, behaviors and actions, as they start connecting, thinking or realizing of their sense of loss. Grieving behavior may run from crying to laughter or talking and sharing feelings to others or keeping silent or engaging frequently doing activities like: cleaning, writing and exercising or remaining alone or being lonely. Holding yourself responsible for the act which was not within your control leads to adverse impact on both professional and personal life. This also creates lot of imbalances and disturbances in one’s life. Approaching and seeking professional psychotherapist help may help you overcome your grief and pain and live the journey called ‘life’.
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