Grief is a natural process that follows such a loss can seem intolerable; we feel grief after having the various conflicting feelings. Especially due to the death of a loved one, relationship breakup, divorce, loss of pleasure from regular activities, guilt, depression, bargaining, anger, sadness, helplessness, fatigue, terror, etc.
While grieving is difficult and painful, we can learn to be patient with ourselves and with others during periods of grief by understanding what we are going through.
Five stages of grief are:
- Denial: Denial is normal grief process which we get after losing any our beloved person. this tasks largely involve dealing with the initial emotional shock
- Anger: You may even be angry at the person who died for leaving you! it is normal for anger to be directed at the person or people responsible for the crime, as well as the entire criminal justice system.
- Bargaining: Now the sorrowing person may make bargains with God, asking, “If I do this, will you take away the loss?”
- Depression: The person feels numb.
- Acceptance:This becomes when the person simply accepts the reality of the loss.
Symptoms of Grief:
- Lost: You may feel completely lost especially when the death of a loved one it often involves the death of your dreams and the loss of your future as you thought it would be.
- Guilty:Everybody feels guilty about that thing he want to do but now he is not able to do them.
- Sadness: Happiness and sadness are being two phases of our life and if this is the saddest times of your life. You may feel overwhelmed at times. You may be afraid you will never laugh again.
- Anger: You may even be angry at the persons who do not support you they may be your good friends your family members .You may ever angry for god that he is not listening your pray and not removing the troubles from your life.
- Mental Confusion: This situation comes when you loose your mental concentration.