Seek Support From Trusted Loved Ones
Even though you may feel all alone and hopeless in your experience, leaning on the people who genuinely love and care about you can be a source of comfort that will help you heal faster. This is the time to get closer to your loved ones instead of avoiding them, and accept the help they are offering. Be open and let them know what you need to feel better– whether it is financial support until you get back on your feet, a shoulder to cry on or professional counseling.
Recognize That The Unexpected Can Happen At Any Time
Neither you nor anybody you love is here forever. So, stop dwelling on the past, or worrying about the future and start living every day of your life like it’s your last. By this I don’t mean that you should go out there and get reckless. On the contrary, you should recognize that unexpected things can happen to any of us at any time, so start spending more time with your loved ones and cherish every moment you share together.
All in all, losing someone or something we love dearly can be very devastating to all of us. However, instead of getting stuck in the painful memories and experiences, you can choose to accept your new “normal” life and look forward to a brighter and better future.