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What is the best way to deal with a loss of a loved one?

What is the best way to deal with a loss of a loved one?

...more: Do not be afraid to cry. Remember all the happy times. Be gals they were in your life. The sadness and emptiness is real....And the good parts will fill that void. If you are overwhelmed and having trouble then talk to someone. That helps a lot. ...Read more

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How can you help your fiance deal with loss of a loved one?

How can you help your fiance deal with loss of a loved one?

Care and support: After counseling people after suffering losses for more than 25 years, there is no magic words or technique. Offering support, genuine caring, offering to help with small things, being patient and caring all help as does time. Here are some other tips: http://cpancf.Com/articles_files/copingwithloss.Asp my sympathies. ...Read more

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How do you deal with loss of your loved one?

Time: Grief is normal and takes time. But at a certain point move forward and never forget the loved one. ...Read more

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How do I deal with loss of motivation after the death of a loved one?

How do I deal with loss of motivation after the death of a loved one?

Grieving: I'm sorry for your loss. Grief is natural after the death of a loved one, and the time needed is very individual. Sadness, longing, reviewing memories, and pangs of missing him/her can happen. You may not feel like taking on projects for now, and may need quiet time. Confiding in trusted others is helpful, and accepting their support. Be gentle with yourself; let healing evolve. ...Read more

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Hi I am a twenty soon to be twenty one year old female and I have vaginal thrush, what's the best way to deal with this? Tablets? Cream?

Hi I am a twenty soon to be twenty one year old female and I have vaginal thrush, what's the best way to deal with this? Tablets? Cream?

Vaginal thrush: Vaginal thrush is also known as a vaginal yeast infection that is treated the same way by a GYN MD when you see him/her. The over the counter medications are often attenuated (weakened) and don't work as well as a Rx. ...Read more

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Could the loss of a loved one cause visual hallucinations?

Could the loss of a loved one cause visual hallucinations?

Yes: Visual hallucinations of the deceased individual are not uncommon in the acute grief period. As an isolated symptom or event this is not necessarily a concern, as there is no evidence that uncomplicated grief requires treatment. However grief that does not progress and resolve or is accompanied by symptoms of depression that interfere with the ability to function requires evaluation. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to get over a loss of a loved one.?

Can you tell me how to get over a loss of a loved one.?

We really never get: We really never 'get over' a loved one since we have spent time with them and created memories with them. But we can over time ease the pain by celebrating the thinga that made them a joy for us to be around and remember that they will have a special place in our hearts for them being the unique experience that they had brought to us. Thisis how we truly deal with it and empower ourselves. ...Read more

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Can you experience ptsd after the loss of a loved one?

Can you experience ptsd after the loss of a loved one?

PTSD, Sure u can: Is a severe anxiety disorder that develops after exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma. Symptoms include re-experiencing the trauma (nightmares, flashbacks), avoidance of stimuli associated with the trauma, & increased arousal (insomnia, phypervigilance, anger). Symptoms last more than 1 month & interfere with daily functioning. Treatment involves cognitive behavior therapy. ...Read more

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After a loss of a loved one and house, kept working, raising teenagers , moved 3 times but now after 16 months, can't face work, suicidal and empty?

After a loss of a loved one and house, kept working, raising teenagers , moved 3 times but now after 16 months, can't face work, suicidal and empty?

Depression: You sound very depressed, and i can't tell from your information that you're in treatment for this? You really need to be working with a psychiatrist and/or psychologist! meds and therapy can honestly help. If suicidal now you need an emergency evaluation. You can go to an er now. You've been struggling for a long time, but you don't have to do this alone. Help is available if you reach out. ...Read more