Dealing with Holiday Grief

September 10, 2014

The loss may still cause you grief.
The holidays can be the toughest time for a person who has recently lost a loved one. There’s always that cloud of uncertainty floating over his head keeping him from moving forward and doing what he ought to do.
In times like this, there are some very simple yet helpful things that you should remember:

  • Remember the countless blessings for which you should be thankful. While the memory of the loss may still cause you grief, keep in mind that you also have innumerable reasons to celebrate – loved ones who are still with you, success in work or personal life, and others.
  • Many people feel lighter when they take time to be generous and share their blessing with others who are less fortunate – look up volunteer programs in your area and participate in any way that you can.
  • Give yourself a break – if you have been working too hard, rest, visit the spa and pamper yourself. If you have been avoiding some people or refraining from visiting the grave of a loved one who has passed away, it’s time you conquer your fears.

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