How to deal with the loss of a loved one in 11 Ways

 After loosing someone so dear to us, we grieve.
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8 Replies to “How to deal with the loss of a loved one in 11 Ways”

  1. Linda Watson

    What great ideas. I love planting a tree in their name since a tree will grow strong and big and be there for years. I think these ideas are all healthy and wonderful to do. I was just at a memorial service for an acquaintance this past weekend, I decided I wanted to take one thing from the deceased’s life that had meaning and apply it to my life. This person valued his friends and they always went to cheer on their favorite football team every year…an annual event. I decided I wanted to so that too with my friends. So I’m organizing a yearly get together to just do something meaningful with my friends.

    • Bea

      Thank you. Planting a tree is indeed a great way to honor a loved one. Oh! I love your idea of getting together with friends to do something wonderful every year. All the best you and stay blessed.

  2. Bailey

    Wow what a great post. Losing a loved one is never easy but these different ways seem like really great ways to deal with the grieving process. Thanks so much for the inspiration. This is a great post for anyone who has lost someone.

  3. Zack

    This is an awesome article! I especially like that you can combine several of these and create a good time to remember a lost loved one. Personally, I have not lost someone close to me due to death, but I have lost connections with good friends, and I know its not the same, but these tasks and activities help! Thank you!

    • Bea

      Hi Zack, I’m glad you like my post. It is always great to find a time to connect with friends.Creating a time to remember a lost loved one is always very important and helps one deal better with grieving.

  4. Manasir

    Hello thanks for sharing this amazing post – I had one of my loved ones lost while I was doing schooling and this site reminded me of them in many ways. The best I liked from the above is the video recording which I feel will be more lively to remember the loved ones and of course visitng the favourite spot. Keep well and keep writing. Thanks.

    • Bea

      I’m glad you like this post. It’s hard when you loose a loved one but I agree with you that a great way to keep their memories alive is by watching their video when they’re gone. Stay blessed and thanks for leaving a comment.

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