Grieving is a natural and inherent emotion we encounter when facing the loss of someone or something dear to us. Losses can include the passing of a loved one, the end of a relationship, a miscarriage, parents parting ways, children setting out on their own, the death of a cherished pet, or even relocating to a different city.
Such grief can profoundly influence our:
It might manifest as profound sadness, surprise, anxiety, relief, remorse, numbness, or even feelings of denial and resentment. This process can be profoundly tiring and emotionally consuming, complicating even the mundane tasks of daily life. It further predisposes individuals to the risk of other mental health complications.
Untreated grief can invoke a spectrum of emotions and, if left unresolved, can escalate into severe mental health concerns.