A person who is experiencing grief-loss typically goes through 5 phases namely denial, anger, making deals, depression and then acceptance. In the denial stage, persons will exhibit disbelief, shock and a refusal to just accept the grief. The person may then begin to express feelings of anger and resentment regarding the perceived unfairness of the situation. Anger will provide manner to making deals and then comes depression. If prolonged depression persists then medical intervention ought to be sought. The last section is acceptance where the grieving person is willing to pick up the items and slowly come back to normal life.
Some signs of grief-loss embrace:
o Losing interest in things or activities that were initially vital or brought happiness. Generally, there’s a loss of purpose for living.
o Sudden and drastic modification in physical appearance. It can vary from being unkempt to the provocative.
o Spending more time to derive pleasure negative behavior or activities like substance abuse.
o Changing friends or avoiding recent friends.
o Ignoring the grief and pretending that it never happened.
o Drastic modification in sleeping and eating habits. This could embrace oversleeping and overeating or the opposite.
Despite the sick-effects of grief, the good news is that you’ll be able to cope. We have provided some coping tips below to navigate you thru grief-loss.
o Daily give yourself one thing you…