When these people or things are gone, we often feel grief. Some people grieve publicly and openly with great shows of emotion, others grieve silently and keep their emotions hidden from others.For some people, grief is easily overcome, for others it takes a long time to pass through the grieving process.There are healthy ways to deal with your grief, which is real and vaild, but there are also things that can trip you up and postpone healing. Create intentional space for a while and let yourself mourn the end of the relationship.Don’t lose heart: you will move on in time, find a love better suited for you, and all of this will be a memory. If your ex is pushing for friendship, stand your ground if you’re uncomfortable with the idea.I was researching grief counseling in my community I came across a website for counseling at my local hospice center, it said for the community but I thought it was probably just for people involved with a death at the hospice center. My daughter says one knows what to say to me anymore. yes I also went to the local hospice for free grief counseling even though the person I knew died in another state..have individual or group type appointments. I am much better and still have some things to keep working on to be "10 hi marilyn its fine honey and quite normal to still be experiencing grief for your loved one or anger sadness at the most stupid times i still feel as if its recent and at other times i can be quite rational about my sis in laws death i suggest u look around and see what counseling u can find in your area start at hospitals and hospices churches and ask lots of questions like do u get to speak or answer someone elses problem or just go along to a few sessions and see what they are like if u dont want chat at first i still pop down to my local hospice at times sometimes to speak more often to listen to others who are on this journey i find it still helps me to write her a letter and chat about my day with her picture at other times i like to shove loud music on and rampage deep inside where i can feel the anger mind u at my age after half an hour of loud music and rampage i need a cup of tea and a quiet sit down the doc is prob right it is a combo of things that are allowing u to still feel depressed and not know where to go next u can always chat here take care till we chat later love always D xx I lost my best friend that had lived with me for 14 years.
You don’t have to sob at the office, but take some quiet moments to reflect and be honest with yourself. It’s healthier to express yourself honestly than grow numb.When the loss if first discovered or acknowledged, people generally experience a feeling of initial outcry – they may scream or yell, cry or collapse, or they may suppress the ‘outcry’ and keep it inside.The outcry is a feeling of intense devastation and shock.Don’t lock him out.) The thrill of revenge only feeds bitterness and hatred. Recruit a support system of friends and family to help you fill the time normally spent with a significant other. Social media can be dangerous when dealing with heartache. You may have been deeply wronged, but “getting even” won’t heal any wounds. Carry your head high and spend your energy on people who deserve it. Many people feel lost after a breakup; not because they miss their ex, but because so many of their daily habits once revolved around someone else. Give yourself two rules: Don’t post anything about the breakup drama online, no matter how vague, and resist the urge to stalk your ex. One major change in your life can inspire even more change.