Plan for the Inevitable
Death is natural, and therefore so is grieving. Understanding that the process is natural and knowing what to expect will make the process quicker and less painful. Grieving is an emotional process that should be talked about and not ignored.
Many limit grief to The Five Stages: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. However, the process is different for everyone and that is okay. These stages may be experienced in any order and will take time. There will be physical, mental and emotional symptoms that you can expect to deal with. Having a support system and being prepared will help immensely.
Unfortunately, death will come to us all. Planning ahead, whether it be for your death or the death of a loved one, will make the process easier to manage. The process is not an easy one but will take the stress off of grieving family members when the time comes. Funeral plans, services, memorials, andREAD MORE
Grief and healing are two things which are very closely connected with each other. While the first is an emotion, the second one is the process of recovery from it. Grief is our emotion that we show when we feel sorrow from deep down of our heart. Grief makes us sad and makes us feelREAD MORE
There is a saying- A friend in need is a friend indeed. Nothing can be truer than this. Your true friendship is reciprocated through how you help a friend in his or her hour of need and that is what resembles how good of a human being you are. Not only that, but it alsoREAD MORE