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Taking Heart During Times of Grief

Each person's response to grief is unique. It does not come in nice, neat stages you complete in a set amount of time. You may experience some of these common feelings in the weeks, months and years ahead. Please remember that each day will differ, and it is important that you give yourself permission to feel what you feel. Support groups are an excellent way to talk about your grief with those who truly understand what you are going through. Here are some common responses to grief.

  • Tears: They are a body's release valve, and you need not be ashamed or fearful of crying.
  • Disbelief: Facing the reality of death is very hard, and it's not unusual to "forget" your loved one is not there.
  • Sorrow: Depression is a normal part of grief; you can't lose anyone or anything of value without being sad.
  • Anger: You may feel anger at yourself, other people, physicians, nurses - even your loved one. Allow yourself to express anger in constructive ways such as exercise, beating pillows, etc.
  • Fear: You may have a feeling of "What will happen next?"

Physical Symptoms

Grief can also express itself in physical symptoms. Emotions associated with grief will be the most stressful feelings you will ever have. Just as your heart and soul need nurturing, so does your body. If health problems persist, please contact your doctor for evaluation and advice. Common physical responses include:

  • The "crazies" - feeling like you are "going crazy" 
  • Unable to concentrate, confused, forgetful
  • Feel overwhelmed
  • Lose track of time
  • Feel spacey or numb
  • Tightness in your throat
  • Changes in appetite
  • Restlessness
  • Changes in sleeping habits
  • Headaches
  • "Just-not-right" feeling

Grief takes time. Treat yourself gently, and demand that others let you grieve at your own pace. Exercise and eat healthy foods; rest when your body needs it. Set realist goals, and do not allow others to put their needs or expectations on you. Do what you need to do. You don't need to go through this alone. There are many support groups and counselors that you may find valuable while working through your grief.

Location Finder

Here's your guide to finding any of the facilities in the Aultman family of health services, including maps and contacts. 

Need a Doctor?

Aultman Medical Group's network of more than 240 providers is committed to high-level patient care.

Schedule an Appointment

Call 330-363-6288 or click below to complete an online form. 

 

Donate Today

You can help support and enhance services, and in turn, help patients and their families who benefit from care received at Aultman.

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