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What to do When Someone you Love Dies Many people treat 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. An example of this kind of loss and the grieving process is what Ami Shroyer went through. She is a prominent personality in the Christian entertainment scene who lost her husband. Most of us suffer great losses, but we rarely are prepared to deal with the loss and its accompanying grief. Knowledge of what this loss entails would serve most of us well. Everything that happens in a Christian’s life is understood to come from God. They, therefore, trust that grief and loss is part of His plans. We should trust that there is a reason for everything. It is important to express your thoughts to a loved one or close friend. By describing your feelings, the mind makes a better image of what is happening. There are those who will attempt to put off showing their emotional reaction to the loss. This is counterproductive. Grieving is part of the process. It is medically dangerous to store all that negative energy. Grieving is not something to do halfway if you are to remain healthy. Neglecting what is happening, or being too busy to deal only makes it take more time. It is important that your body passes through it. It will not be effective if the process is sped up. Healing is a long process. There is danger in allowing it to proceed for too long. One may end up getting stuck in that state. If it proves too much to handle, ask for expert assistance. Joining a group for survivors of loss will also help. Being around people who know what it means to lose a loved one is therapeutic.
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It is good to take breaks between the process by mingling with other people, or visiting new places. It will provide relief, even if temporary, from the pain and suffering the loss keeps bringing up.
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Have an accountability partner, to make sure you are not heading down the wrong path as you attempt to get back to normalcy after the grief is over. You need another person to make sure you do not break down halfway. Learn to live each day, to fully appreciate it and not to worry too much about tomorrow. 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. Some days may not go as planned. Plan to absorb those shocks. It is normal, and does not signify failure in the process. It is only temporary. Do not forget your life. As much as it is important to grieve, life still goes on and will not stop to allow you enough time to grieve.