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Death and grief are two different aspects, but they are somewhat related to each other. When you lose a loved one, you will definitely be in grief and you may mourn for a weeks. When a loved one dies, you need to gather yourself and look forward to the future. If there are any life insurance policies that need to be taken care of, do it at the earliest. If there were any last wishes of the deceased person, you will have to make sure that those wishes are fulfilled.

There are two main ways in which a person reacts to the loss of a loved one—emotionally and physically. If you are coping with the death of a loved one or a family member, you might go through all kinds of emotions. You may become scared, worried, or sad. For each of these emotions, you need to have some remedial action. When you are scared about something, you need to identify the fear factor and try an overcome it.

If you are worried about some incomplete task, the best thing that you can do is to complete that task. If you are sad about the loss of your loved one, you need to think of ways that will take away the sadness. Fear about something can have detrimental effect on the mind and you need to take good care of it. You can meet up with a good doctor and explain your condition. In fact, it would be good if you met up with a psychiatrist and got some tests done.

Generally, a psychiatrist would get into the depth of the problem and come out of solutions that would be very effective. If you get into a depression after the death of a loved one, you need to think of productive ways of getting over the depression. Most doctors would recommend that you take anti-depressant drugs when you are in depression. Although, it may be good for the short term use, for the long term, it is not recommended at all.

When you are mourning the death of the loved one, you need to check out all the possibilities of coming out of the sad phase. Once you have gathered yourself, you will have to look to the future tasks and accomplish them at the earliest. If you have any fond memories of the loved one, you can relive those memories by remembering the deceased loved one in daily conversations. You need to pay respect to the deceased loved ones even after they are gone. When you remember them, you may shed a tear or two.

It is very natural to cry when you think of a deceased loved one. So, you don’t need to be ashamed of it. There are many things that you can do to remember the deceased loved one or ones. Try and celebrate their birthdays or anniversaries and make sure that all those who loved that person are there in the celebrations. You may also want to keep a photograph or video of the deceased loved one on display so that good memories can be shared.

No one knows what happens after death, because you have to die to experience it. Ironically, we are all living, so we cannot comment on the afterlife. You need to give yourself the satisfaction that you are still caring for the loved one who has died in the recent past. You may also want to light a candle or keep silence for few minutes in remembrance of the deceased loved one. One very important thing that you need to do after the death of a loved one is to live with a positive attitude.

When you live with a positive attitude, you will see that the environment also becomes very conducive to live in. If you don’t have a positive attitude after the death of a loved one, you will face a lot of problems. You need to keep talking to yourself and telling yourself that you will do well and be good. You can remember the deceased loved one in many ways, but you need to carry on with your regular work. Never let depression over come you when you have lost a loved one.

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