How to Cope with Grief

Have you lost  a loved one in death? Or do you know anyone grieving? This article will help you to know what you can do to lower the intensity of your grief.

If you look for advice on dealings with grief you will likely find miriar of ideas-Eome more helpful than others. What work for one may not work for for someone eles. Even so , there are some basic guidelines that have prove practical for many . They are frequently cited by grief counselors, and they echo timeless principles found in an ancient book of wisdom, the Bible.

1) Accept Support from family and friends

Some experts consider this to be most important factor in getting through grief. Yet,at times, you may want to be alone. You may even feel irritated at those who are trying to help you. This is normal

Do not feel that you must always be around others, but do not completely push them away either. After all, you may need their support in the future.

According to your need fing a balance between time with other people and time alone.

Principle: two are better than one …. For if one of them falls, the other can help his partner up. Ecclesiastes 4:9,10

2) Watch you diet, and make time for exercise

Eat healthful food, drink plenty water and exercise moderately.

If your appetite is low ,eat small portions more frequently, you may also ask your doctor about nutrition supplements

Principle: No one has ever hated his own body but he feed it and takes care of it. Ephesians 5:29

3) Get plenty of sleep

Recognize that sleep is essential to dealing with the fatigue of grieving. Be careful with the amount of cafy and alcohol you consume, as both can interfere with your sleep

Principle: Better is a handful of rest than two handfuls of hard work and chasing after win. Ecclesiastes 4:6

4) Be Flexible

Since everyone grieves differently, find what works for you.

Manyfo g that expressing their grief to other help them a lots, other people find that crying help them deal with Thierry grief.

Principle: Each heart knows it’s own bitterness. Proverbs 14:10

5) Avoid Self-employed Destructive Habits

Avoid the misuse of alcohol or grugs- which creates more problems than it solves

Realistically, nothing will completely erase the pain you feel. However, many who have lost a loved one can attest that taking positive steps helped them to find comfort.

Principles let us cleanse ourselfou of every defilemdéf. 2Corinthians 7:1