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The Sudden Loss of a Spouse

The Sudden Loss of a Spouse
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We’ve all been through this at one point in our lives. The sudden loss of a spouse can be one of the most difficult times in your life to get through. Whenever you lose your spouse through death or divorce, or someone you have shared your life with and they are no longer part of your life, the pain can be overwhelming. Friends and family may try to help, but the reality is that only you can find what you need to get your life back on track.

sudden loss of a spouseThis can be a slow process and it will not get better overnight. There are so many things that will remind you of happier times and you may even have thoughts you cannot go on. When you start to understand that every day on life is a gift and you have many things you can share, you can start taking baby steps on your way back to a happy and productive life.

You may need to find new friends and this is not always easy. Some suggestions to help you get back into the active living can be by simply joining a gym,or getting active in your church. If you have some musical or acting talent almost every community had theater or choral groups. Start a journal and keep track of everything good that happens to you and make the necessary changes so you can share your positive changes in life with others. Support groups are people helping each other and utilize them, it will help to change your view on many aspects of life you thought were lost to you.

Family can be very helpful and it is healthy to spend time with them. The only issue is if you only spend time with family you are isolating yourself and not opening yourself up to new experiences. You may find yourself depressed and just not caring about things if you remain isolated. Strong families will often recognize this and will encourage their loved one to find ways to move on with their lives and seek out personal happiness.

Remember that you are not alone, there are countless people out day experiencing similar situations to you. Volunteer to help with the sick and individuals with terminal illnesses, this can be eye opening that you are truly lucky to be alive and life is a gift never to be taken for granted. Every human being is special and deserves the chance to be happy.

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Alex Glenn

Alex Glenn

Hey everyone, I'm Alex. I'm not a physician, and I don't have a masters degree. I just want to help people in the way I know how - using technology and relationships to make information more accessible. I founded Betteryears with the hope to fill a gap in the way brain health information is distributed and absorbed. Enjoy!