If you're looking for some serenity, try depression and individual therapy in Orlando. Grief and Loss therapy is also available if you think this may help. So begin counseling with us today! Encountering the loss of a loved one is often the most difficult thing we go through in life. Even loss in other formats, such as the loss of friendship after a dispute or the loss of identity when retiring, can be unbearable. What can make grief even more challenging is the feeling that we're somehow doing it wrong.
But grief is a distinctive experience, and there is no right way to do it. While there is not a single correct way to grieve the loss of a loved one, there are some strategies that will assist you in recovery.
It's critical that you take care of yourself like a dear friend during this period. Get plenty of rest and try to eat well, even when dining is the last thing you want to do. In addition, maintaining your strength is critical during this time.
Do your best to get fresh air and move your body often. This will help reduce the stress and tension you have been encountering. And above all, be kind to yourself emotionally and mentally. For instance, don't criticize yourself for crying during your lunch break in the bathroom. You would never do that to a buddy, would you? Instead, permit yourself to feel your emotions and be delicate with yourself when they arrive.
Grief is a process with no peace. Instead, there is constant movement, an ebb and flow of sorrow. After several weeks, you may have days when you feel like you are able to catch your breath, where you notice how lovely a sunny day is, and when your puppy can help you giggle again. And then, the very next day, you experience that old, familiar sadness and despair slide under your skin.
This is normal, and you must pay attention to these rhythms of sorrow. The more aware you are of the ebb and flow of your voyage, the more you'll realize that someday, you will have more good days than bad ones.
The pain of losing a loved one is so substantial that we often feel it might force our own passing. But it's critical to remember that feelings cannot break you, no matter how powerful.
In fact, not experiencing your feelings and bottling them up can make the situation, and sometimes our health, much worse. In addition, avoiding the pain of loss tends to restrict our grieving, and we end up taking our distress into our future.
It's also an excellent idea to seek the advice of a therapist to help you work through your emotions and acquire coping skills. Please call us today if you or your loved one is struggling with a personal loss and are interested in learning how counseling can assist. While we'll take some time to match you with the best counselor, all of our therapists can help you recover and move forward after a loss. In addition, some of our professionals have supplemental training and experience in this area, and we'd love to get you matched with one of them for individual therapy in Orlando.
Heather Oller is the owner and founder of Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching, and Counseling. She is a licensed counselor and a family mediator who has over 23 years of dedicated work as a professional in the mental health field. Through her company's mission, she continues to pave the way for future therapists, and their clients, who want a higher quality of life....and who want to thrive, rather than just survive. You can contact Orlando Thrive Therapy at 407-592-8997 for more information.