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Coping with Sudden Loss

COPING WITH SUDDEN LOSS by Suzi Tyler 

I personally and professionally have found EFT Matrix Reimprinting to be a magnificent tool and healing friend, especially if there is trauma present.   The technique is gentle with your experience and can help process stuck energy, providing a healing acceptance and inner peace.

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 BUT they DEFINITELY make things even worse in the end.

Death is something we all face.  We can either let it destroy our inner peace by worrying about it, OR we can come to terms with the simple fact that everyone is going to die sooner or later. Sometimes death can be the catalyst for Spiritual Awakening.  The plain and simple fact is that we cannot bring someone physically back, but we can find creative ways to connect with loved-ones.

Be patient with yourself…the pain can ease and even pass, but not for everyone.  Just as you cannot rush the grieving process, you cannot predict how grief might evolve.  It has its own momentum and you will know when the time is right for you to express your feelings.

So how can you cope with the pain of loss?  Strange as it sounds – by not resisting your feelings.  Death has the potential to make you love more deeply and create stronger connections than ever before.  Death can also be a pivotal moment that can plummet you into despair, BUT it can also teach you to live and value every second and understand how precious life is.

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 all consuming it gets. All those unanswered questions can spiral your mood down into a deeper hole.  If you can get to the point of finding something meaningful to occupy you, it can give your tormented mind a respite.

If you have suffered a loss and are looking for some help get in touch.

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

By Suzi Tyler

Rapid Hypnotherapy & Breakthrough Coaching. Specialisms: Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Confidence & Self-esteem.
I love the sea, nature, exercise, adventure travel, delicious meals, sunshine and dancing.

One reply on “Coping with Sudden Loss”

I suffered a significant loss in 1999. My world was never the same, I lost my best friend. I have never replaced her because she is the friend I fully committed my heart and life to. It is sad when I put it like that. Perhaps I am being over dramatic but a friendship is built upon meaningful shared memories and dreams. I live my life with passion and fulfilment but I wonder how things would have been different had my best friend had lived on.

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