What is Bereavement?
The loss of a loved one can be emotionally and physically draining. Bereavement, or grief, is the definition for someone coming to terms with a death close to you. There are various different emotions one can experience when going through bereavement. Sadness, anger and guilt being the most common emotions when dealing with mourning, all of which take their toll on the mind of the individual suffering from bereavement. Bereavement can vary in length; we all process things differently which makes everyones mourning period different in length.
The emotions felt while suffering from bereavement can be overwhelming, they can cause one to put the rest of their life on hold. Bereavement is a natural process to anyone who is coming to terms with a death close to them Death can be sudden and unprecedented, striking out of nowhere which can cause one to suddenly feel a sense of bereavement. You can’t plan falling into this thought-process, and neither can you predict how long it will take for this process to last. Logic can become secondary to part-time impulses in these stages of mourning, making irrational decisions in the process.
When does Bereavement become a mental issue?
Seeking out help from friends and family is vital in stages of mourning, although there are some of us out there that would prefer to work things out within themselves. Bereavement can cause depression in many cases. People will either internalise or express how they are feeling depending on the type of person they happen to be and how they process this type of information. Those suffering from bereavement might put the rest of their life on hold, which means they may not eat or function in the same way they would normally. Some will seek help for mourning by drinking alcohol and consuming various other substances, this is why it is important for those suffering from a deep bereavement should seek outside help.
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A Better Way To Treat Bereavement
For those that struggle with coming to terms with bereavement on their own, might find The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT) to be a potential solution. HMT gives one the chance to resolve their own torment via techniques that allows one to control their own mind in a way that siphons negative thoughts and channels them into positivity.
Bereavement can affect anyone at anytime, it is not something you can control, but what you can control is how you go about getting back to your regular mental state. HMT allows one to gain control once more, causing any irrational decision to be null and void. You don’t have to suffer in silence, HMT could be the means to resolve that you’re looking for.
Sessions for HMT allow one to counteract their woes rather quickly, and can even take place via Skype and FaceTime respectively. Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our
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