5 ways to Dealing With the Death of a Loved One
1. Realize that everyone deals with death differently.
My brother is younger than me by only three years, and the way he processed the death was completely different than mine. Yet he was the only one who knew exactly what I had been through, from the time that my father got diagnosed up until his death.
2. Open up and talk about it, but only when you’re ready.
Although I appreciated the messages, emails and voicemails from friends saying “sorry for your loss” and telling me to let them know if I needed anything, every message I received was also a stinging reminder that it had happened. I was in denial and didn’t want to face the fact that it had happened — I hated checking my phone only to see constant reminders of my father’s death. I thus closed myself off from everyone I knew.
3. Let yourself be vulnerable,not be in death mind.
I kept everything inside and never showed them how f-cked up I was, consequently building an emotional dungeon around me. I didn’t even give them a chance to be there for me, and that only started a chain reaction. Supporting your loved ones is about give and take. When you let yourself be vulnerable, you invite others to be vulnerable around you.
4. Allow your friends to be there for you.
Losing a loved one is a painful reminder that life is way. too. short. And that loved one would want nothing more than for you to be happy — not the watered-down, half smile, day-to-day getting by content happy, but truly happy.
Since then, I’ve slowly reconnected with my friends, and whenever I’m having an issue I allow my friends to be there for me by opening up to them. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that you’ve got people in your life that will have your back — no matter what it is that you’re going through, but you’ll never know that unless you let them in.
5. Know that you’re allowed to be f-cked up.
My father taught me how to love selflessly — he sacrificed his life for our family, and he will live on through me. His legacy will continue through my work, and because of him I will know how to love my family selflessly — the way he loved us. He was and always will be my motivation to fight through struggles, work hard, act without fear, smile through the pain, to dream bigger and make those dreams come true.
Dealing with the death of my father changed me forever, and the second I accepted that was the second I found the strength to live the life I had always dreamed of. Don’t ever be ashamed of your past, don’t ever forget that it’s what makes you beautiful, and don’t ever give up.
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