It’s Okay To Mourn Over The Dead
When you lose a family member, this is the most devastating thing that could ever happen in life. It may ten or twenty years to truly get over this loss. Some people never get over this loss. The idea is know that it is okay to mourn, and it’s okay not to get over it.
Many mean people tell their family members things like: “Come on, ten years passed, get over it.” “Are you still upset about that?” This only makes people more upset. There are certain things people can do, however, to make this process a bit easier.
The first thing people can do is only socialize with people who understand the mourning process. Only socialize with people who will be there until the planet washes away. These people are true family members and true friends. Most likely, these people are still mourning over things that happened years ago, too.
The next thing a person can do is only keep happy memories around. Do not keep a picture around that reminds you of the fight you had the day before the picture was taken. This will make you relive this horrible moment over and over again. This also stretches out the healing process.
Keeping pictures around from happy holidays and the like would be best. These pictures will actually make the healing process speedup. This is because these happy pictures remind people who their loved ones that have passed are still with them. In this particular situation, a picture can really say a thousand words.