March 28, 2018 · Mental Health

We all face challenges at different times in our lives. Sometimes you will grief because of losing a loved one, a failed business deal, losing a pet or a job, or due to a natural disaster. Whatever the cause of your grief, it is important to work towards recovery.

Each person grieves differently. Some cry more than others do. Some will bounce back quickly and move forward while some will feel stuck for longer.

If you have lost a pet, do not be surprised to feel sadder than you would if you had lost a family member or friend. Your relationship with your pet is purer than your relationship to people around you.

Your pet loves you unconditionally, and it may not hurt you deliberately. However, the people around you may have inflicted emotional injuries on you, and your love for them may have waned.

You may have conditioned your pet to fit perfectly into your life schedule and be there whenever you want it to be. The people in your life may however not be as available for you, which may make you feel less attached to them.

Take more care of yourself during a difficult moment. If you are not keen, you may ignore how you look, which will make you feel awful in the end. Convince yourself that you are strong enough to bounce back by maintaining a good outlook.

The Talkspace App allows you to access counseling services at the comfort of your home, from your office or while on the move. The chat messages are accessible on your mobile device or desktop computer.

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