Dealing With The Loss Of A Loved One

One of the hardest experiences for human beings is the loss of a loved one or a beloved pet. While grief may seem like a universal emotion, different individuals experience grief in their own unique way. While grieving, individuals may experience a myriad of emotions including anger, regret, sadness, anxiety, shock, numbness, exhaustion and guilt among others. These emotions are influenced by the personal relationship one had with the individual who died, the cultural setting, religious beliefs, the level of support available and even your personality. But how do people deal with grief and where can they get assistance?

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The use of psychic

 If you believe in psychics and need to communicate with your loved one, then you may opt to text a psychic or a clairvoyant. The psychic can help you try to make sense of the situation both by interrogating the past and the future. With respect to the past, they will help you find out whether the loved one is in a better state or place, gain forgiveness in the case that you feel responsible for their death and in communicating your feelings. You may also request for their permission to move on and enjoy life without them and request them to give you guidance when faced in dilemmas in future. 

Religion and religious leaders

Other people will turn into religion for reprieve. This usually involves reading religious books, recitation of Holy Scripture, praying for guidance on how to handle the situation, the use of songs to either praise, worship or pass a message and in other cases, consulting religious leaders such as priests and vicars for guidance and assistance. The religious leaders may guide you in the best scriptures to use, they may pray for you or pray with you.


If you are neither religious nor spiritual, professional counselling services can help you analyse the situation and come up with a strategy on how to deal with the situation. The professional guiding you through the process may recommend different resources including books and videos to help you see how other people have dealt with such situations in a bid to draw on their experiences and lessons in your own journey.

There is no right or wrong way to grief the loss of a loved one neither is there a defined length of time to grief properly. As such, it is up to you to grief in your own way, using the resources at your disposal and in your own timeline.