At the end of this process all the feelings that we were denying begin to surface. Second, is the stage of anger. This is a necessary stage of the healing process. The anger we feel can be aimed at anything and anyone. We know we shouldn't be anger but out emotions make us feel resentment because of the pain we are feeling.
They not only have to do things like arrange their funeral, but they also have to take care of all of their belongings and they are reminded of their loss many times throughout every day. The families are not the only people suffering after this kind of loss,
Losing a loved one or close friend is one of the hardest things to absorb, the regrets of not doing something we might have wanted to; or maybe we did not tell them something that we wanted to. On the other hand, we could have possibly done all that we could have and not regret a thing, perhaps we just feel broken without them. In the event that you lose multiple close friends, not to mention right in front of your eyes, how would you feel? Do you think you could handle it? What would you do to cope with it?
Just before this section, it was about being patience in suffering. Suffering is a crucial part of life and it remains part of the individual memory. There is a relationship between healing and suffering that they are paradoxical companions, not mutually exclusive
The topic and discussion of trauma have been scrutinized for years. As it upheaves daily life and all it’s familiarities, trauma can be both distressing and shocking for those who encounter it. Despite not having the right to do so, most people are heavily opinionated when it comes to how trauma should be dealt with by the individual who experiences it. Some presume that a traumatic experience should prompt people to improve themselves and become stronger versions of their past self, but some believe victims of trauma have the right to act out in violence or hate as a result. This debate is brought to life in the film Batman Begins (Batman Begins).
Who cares? When we get asked the question ¨How are you?¨ how do you respond. Do you respond with okay or with a negative remark? How should you respond? Has it come to the point where our country has stopped caring about each other?
Telling the truth in this situation is the key to recovery. Solutions can be discovered only if the patient is honest about situations they have gone through, reactions they have had or problems they have encountered. The more one talks about the psychological process, the easier it is to find answers and solutions. Understanding one 's triggers is important when seeking solutions. Understanding one 's priorities is also central to personal development.