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8 Unexpected Cures for Grief and Guilt

Submitted by urnsuk on Mon, 04/17/2023 - 00:51

Whether it’s an unexpected death or an illness, the loss of a loved one can be devastating. And while most people want to talk about their grief and loss, there are many times when that’s just not possible—it can be too painful to talk about what happened or how it happened. But burying your emotions doesn’t help you heal; in fact, bottling up those feelings usually leads to guilt and anxiety. If you’re struggling right now with how “normal” your grieving process is (or if you’re dealing with guilt over something else), take comfort in knowing that there are ways to cope with the pain and move on from this difficult time in your life:

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Do what feels natural.

In the wake of loss, it’s normal to feel a range of emotions. You don’t have to feel guilty about feeling sad, or angry at yourself for being angry. You can’t force yourself to feel better, and if you don’t know what you want to do next then that’s OK too; there will be plenty of time for action later. You might not yet be ready for action but it doesn’t matter if this state lasts longer than expected – there’s no right or wrong way of grieving; just listen carefully when your mind tells you things aren’t quite right yet because eventually those messages will become clearer until eventually they become easier too accept (and even embrace).

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