Category: Bereavement Therapy

Coping with Sudden Loss

HOW TO COPE WITH  A SUDDEN LOSS

It is important to give yourself as long as it takes to let the tears fall. The hard fact remains that all of us who lose someone dear, discover that in the end, buckets of tears won’t bring our loved one back.  There is no miracle undoing, no right or wrongs, except perhaps to escape into alcohol/drugs as they definitely make things worse in the end.  

Death can make us love more deeply and create stronger connections than ever.  Death is a pivotal moment that can plummet us into despair.  It can also teach us to live and value every second and understand what a miracle life is.

If you are not going anywhere and don’t want to see anyone or do anything, it is all to easy to think “what is the point?”

Before you know it you have slid back down the wall of that black hole and have to start clawing your way up to the top all over again.  

It may sound too simplistic to say keep busy, but the reality is the more time you spend on reflecting upon your loss, the more consuming it gets. If you can get to the point of finding something to occupy you, it can give your tormented mind a respite.

EFT Matrix Reimprinting is a magnificent helper especially if there is trauma present.   The technique is sensitive to your experience and can help facilitate a healing acceptance and inner peace.  If you have suffered a loss and are looking for some help get in touch.  

FREE confidential chat with Suzi Tyler +44(0)7836635233.

 

Relationship Loss & Bereavement

Are you struggling to cope with a stressful relationship breakup or death of a loved one?

Losing someone or something you love is very painful. After a significant loss, you may experience all kinds of difficult emotions such as shock, anger and guilt.  Sometimes it may feel like the sadness will never let up. As you deal with your loss, remember that it’s important to be patient with yourself and allow the pain to pass.

Pain is inevitable, but suffering is a choice – your loved one would never want you to suffer.  However, it is very easy to get so locked into grieving, that depression becomes the new enemy.

If your loss was a shock, you may be experiencing PTSD from the trauma.  If you suspect this is the case for you, it is vital to seek help from a trauma therapist who can help you to release this.

Perhaps you have begun the desparate road of asking non answerable questions, looking for all that you personally could have done differently?  What others could or could not have done?  Prolonged emotional pain can change brain chemistry that leads to depression and isolation.

If you are wanting some support and confidential help with your feelings – Call Suzi on 07836 635233 or email suzi@rapid-health.co.uk

 

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