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I want you to imagine that you're in heaven because you have just died in a tragic accident at work. You feel great and you're not in pain, but then suddenly you look down and you see that everyone is upset. It's normal to grieve when someone dies, but there is one person in particular who can't let go of the pain. What would you tell them if they could hear your voice? Would you tell them not to worry because you're in a better place and everything is OK?
If you're grieving at the moment you might be the one in the spotlight. Your friend is looking down at you and they are praying you will get back to normal as soon as possible. Everyone is allowed to be upset when someone close to them dies, but you can't let it spoil your life. You have to grieve then move on. I want to share with you some nice tips that will help you overcome your pain. Once your life is back to normal your friend will be happy for you.
Life Support Can't Last Forever
Modern medicine can do amazing things. Now with life support, people can be kept alive much longer than they would have survived without assistance. Sometimes life support can help a person hang on long enough to pull through, and they could start breathing on their own again. Other times, life support is only prolonging the inevitable. Here’s how to know when to let go.
If your loved one has put into writing their final wishes, the decision of whether to end life support or not can be made significantly easier, because it’s made for you. If your loved one specifically requested that they not be kept on life support, then it is time to let go, because that’s what the person wanted. It’s selfish to keep them on life support because you disagree with their wishes. If your loved one requested to be kept on life support, you should try to respect their wishes, too. If life support is not explicitly mentioned, you’ll have to try to interpret the rest of the document.
Nothing can be more devastating than the loss of a loved one. Grieving is a natural part of the loss. But, sometimes it can be so debilitating that it leads one to suffer from depression. Often people that are grieving are subjected to too much stress and anxiety. While this is normal, it is best to get a grip and finally do things to snap out of this stupor and move on with life. Grieving is a natural emotion and you will heal with time. The good thing about it is that you can speed up things with the help of increased physical activity. Check out the following exercises that can help you stay healthy amid the grieving process: