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,
We love someone because we want to see them happy. Do you think that your grief will make your loved ones happy? In fact, our life thrives in two ways, one that is the illusion and other that is divine, and love is divine; all the other things are illusions. We take part in illusion to support our divine. In the other way around, we find our nectar in love; and then love becomes our support system in this chaotic
4). This book can be helpful to a society, who has lost their relationship with death, and help them understand the consequence of love is grief. When a person experiences a death, they are afraid of the unknown, and the pain associated with grief. In his book, Grollman goes into great detail on how an individual might feel throughout certain stages of their grief. Shock is the first reaction when they learn of a loved one’s death.
Therefore, the death of a loved one has a high impact on the survivor’s life. Those who survive are not only faced with the absence of their loved one, they must also learn to continue living on their own again. Experiencing the loss of a loved one is both an emotional and physical drain. Grieving for the loss of a loved one is part of life, but it is also one of the most stressful life experiences we must
Happiness is beneficial for the body, but it is grief that develops the powers of the mind. – Marcel Proust Nothing remains constant in this world. In our life there comes a time when we feel the loss of someone close to our heart, it creates an emptiness – a dark side of life, an incompleteness – a sudden pause in a crowded moment. In those moments a bright sunny day or even a free moment seems empty to you. Everything that we feel in those moments seems sad to us, all those questions and feeling comes in front of your eyes.
Although people know that death is the most inevitable & natural occurrence of human life, most people do not know much about the normal, typical process of grieving until they experience it themselves. Bereavement is the reaction to the loss of someone or something that really matters both personally and emotionally. Grief is a natural, but complex emotional response to bereavement (Syme, 2006). As put forth by John Bowlby (1980), grieving is characterized as a four-stage process: Numbness; Yearning; Disorganization & Despair; and finally, Reorganization. However, research has suggested that most of the time, grieving does not follow this process in the same prescribed order.
There are may myths relating to grief that actually prolong the grieving process - such as remaining strong and composed, or staying busy after pet loss. The normal healthy grieving process is just that - a process not an event. This process goes through a number of phases. Grief often begins with anticipated loss, particularly in the case of long-running illness or euthanasia. At this stage, owners start the process of saying ‘Goodbye’ to their pets and some owners start to become detached.
Everything that we feel in those moments seems sad to us, all those questions and feeling comes in front of your eyes. All those memories and attachments, in fact, we suffer because we miss those good moments. We try to compare those moments with our present, but no matter what we do, we knew that we would never be able to bring those moments back. Moments like this remind us why we need to appreciate our present. In fact, those moments which seem reasonable to you might make a huge impact in the future.
Happiness is taught every day and you won't even notice it. Going through a rough day and managing to have a smile on your face is a step closer to happiness. Even dealing with a problem that is trying to drag you down there is always a light at the end which is most likely going to be positive and cheer you up. My anecdotes and things DFW have some similarities to it we both have almost similar ideas of happiness and beliefs. My anecdote was to fulfill the exposure of happiness when you will
you human. Life keeps you humble. Success keeps you glowing, but God keeps you going. I love walking in the rain because then no-one knows I'm crying. Trust the one who could see three things in you, sorrow behind your smile, and love behind your anger and meaning behind your silence.