Fri. Jul 1st, 2022

Introduction: How Do You Deal With Loss?

First and foremost, it is important to understand that your heart will always break but it’s a matter of how you respond to that pain and whether or not you learn to remove the sadness. If the loss causes you deep sadness, crying and getting angry are okay responses. However if the loss causes you to fall into a worse state of depression where you can’t do anything about it, suicidal, or even physically harming yourself is not okay. There’s a difference between being sad, depressed, and being suicidal. When you are sad you usually isolate yourself because you want to be alone with your thoughts and cry. While depression is not as often. You want to be around your friends but the pain inside is too great so you push them away or avoid them altogether. The suicidal thoughts are the worst part of all three. You don’t want to be alive. You want your life to end.

i know it hurts sometimes but you'll get over it
i know it hurts sometimes but you’ll get over it

When Grief and Loss Kicks in, How to Take Charge of It and Get Better

I’ve been working with people for over a decade now (Comfort Zone Coaching) and I’ve come to realize that 95% of my clients have felt completely lost in the sadness. This is their story, read it, and you’ll come to understand how they feel.

i know it hurts sometimes but you'll get over it
i know it hurts sometimes but you’ll get over it

What Can Help You Heal from Loss?

As a person who has experienced deep loss in my life, I have come to understand that there are many different ways to get over it. Writing down your true thoughts and feelings, talking to other people who have lost something or someone in the past and feel completely fine with it, and meditate. These are three different ways to get over it. And like anything, if you do not practice these things as your main coping mechanism, then you can only expect yourself to get a little better while you practice them. If you stop practicing, it dooes not feel as good. But if you practice it every day, and feel good when you do it, then that’s one way to get over deep loss.

i know it hurts sometimes but you'll get over it
i know it hurts sometimes but you’ll get over it

How Long Does It Take to Heal from Loss?

This is a great question and the answer to it is different for everyone. For me, it took a really long time and I’m still working on it today. Most of my clients don’t realize how long it takes to heal from loss until years later. And that’s perfectly fine. If you’re still sad, continue to do the things above in order to feel better.
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Background [to use as knowledge, not to be copied verbatim]: Emotions and the Brain:
Emotions are just signals to the brain that act as instructions to make us feel certain feelings. The brain is a very complex organ, and creating emotions from memory is no easy task. A lot of these feelings are created from personal experience, so everyone processes things in different ways. I actually have a client who said he believes he lost his wife because of an argument on Facebook (this client is obsessed with Facebook). So you’ll never know for sure how someone else is feeling, or know exactly what they’re going through, but you can rest assured that everyone has feelings and emotions.
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i know it hurts sometimes but you'll get over it
i know it hurts sometimes but you’ll get over it

Conclusion: What You Can Do Now To Help Prevent Future Grief

If you don’t know what to do about the loss you feel, then sign up for my free 7 day email course. I will personally guide you through everything that has helped me and my clients so that you can start feeling better right away. It’s really simple and I’ve got you covered.
Click Here: The 7 Day Mental Health Recovery Guide
After you click there, I’ll send you an email with directions on how to download a free mp3 that will show you how to use the techniques in my training so that you can start feeling better right away.
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Remember: we’re all in this together. Comment below if you’re struggling and I’ll try my best to help.
Talk soon,

i know it hurts sometimes but you'll get over it
i know it hurts sometimes but you’ll get over it