Grief is one of the hardest things anybody has to deal with in life. I lost my father on Christmas Eve when I was 16... The pain never goes away you just learn to make the best out of your life, and continue living for your loved one.<3
Remember to always keep your head held high.
Sometimes you can feel hopeless, worthless, and tired.. whether you have anxiety, depression, or just feeling stressed or sad. Just remember it WILL GET BETTER.
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Put something cold on your face. This changes your body’s physiological reaction to help you pause in the intensity of your emotional experiencing. You can put cold frozen something on your face for 1 minute or submerge your head in a bucket of cold water for a little and you’ll feel your heart rate go down. You could also take a cold shower.
I-ntense physical exercise.
Helps send more oxygen to your bodies major organs. Run up and down stairs or do jumping jacks to get your heart rate up. shovel snow, mow the grass anything thats physically demanding.
P-rogressive muscle relaxation
Tightening your body then releasing it you are creating a sense of relaxation or calmness that you can feel throughout your body. Hold it for as long as you can.
P- aced breathing
This might sound stupid but try it because it really works. Have your out breath longer than your in breath. Focus on it.
Hope this helps
COunt to 10 slowly. Close your eyes and hear or smell or feel whats around you. Become very aware of your surroundings. For example grab a mountain dew bottle and describe it. That way you can only focus on that. Come up with ten things about it. Like it’s green, roundish, it has white on it etc. Try that. It helps bring you back
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