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Grief and Loss 

Losing someone can be extremely overwhelming, and can lead to great indignation of the loss. This is a natural phenomenon, as our can swell when our brains understands the passing of death. When we are deprived by something or someone we value, we face bereavement, however, it depends on how we cope with the loss to resume our happy and healthy lives. Please take into notice that it is normal for one to face intense periods of sadness or other ruminations about the difficult loss. In fact, grief is able to deplete one to an extent where a very slight task could turn into a big burden. Grief in fact is much more than sadness, but rather a form of immense emotional and physical suffering. These emotions, when accumulated could turn into anxiety, extreme fatigue, crying fits, dreams, and nightmares about the deceased. 

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