Recovering After Your Loss

Learning to live without that special person is the most difficult part of the grieving process. You had learned to depend on his or her presence. The death results in a void that cannot be filled. As you become accustomed to the absence, you will develop a new routine and begin to feel like you are more in control. You will notice that your concentration has improved and the “good” days will begin to outnumber the “bad” ones. Life is of interest again and you may be forming some new relationships. You may even recognize some ways you have grown through this tough time. At this point you are well on your way to recovery. The timetable is uniquely your own