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What to do with the feeling of grief?

Creation date: Dec 19, 2022 12:04am     Last modified date: Dec 19, 2022 12:04am   Last visit date: Jul 11, 2024 8:49pm
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Dec 21, 2022  ( 1 post, 1 reply Apr 17, 2023 )  
Buner Nuter (xohoto1201)

 Hi cope with grief now you can be helped by such a thing as an antidepressant. You try a really really good pill that you take and the world seems beautiful. They helped me. I recommend it to everyone.

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Dec 20, 2022  ( 2 posts, 1 reply Dec 21, 2022 )  
Bubastrre Mnaner (xobagav776)

Hi, it's definitely very difficult to live with feelings of grief, but you know what my psychologist told me, what's the best psychologist? What can you do? It's just to stop feeling grief, or rather, let it completely possess you, and that way it will completely do what it wants and eventually go away.

Aaron Delatorre (aarondelatorre)

Hi, I too have recently felt the feeling of grief, I want to tell you that it is not the most pleasant thing that can be in everyone's life. If you would like to solve this problem as easily as possible, I basically have some advice for you.


  • Try to process your loss.
  • Allow yourself to feel the pain. The only way to get rid of it is to live it, feel it, and work through it.
  • Take control of your feelings by making a schedule. Let's say at 5:30 p.m. each day you spend some time alone to reflect on your loss and allow yourself to feel it. After that,you can distract yourself with something else - force yourself to switch gears, get busy.
Hat Hat (fohitij769)

This is quite useful advice, and if a person is morally strong enough and can cope with what he has on his own, then your advice may well help. But I want to note that not all people have this ability and in this case you need to go to a specialist, but it is lucky that you don't even have to go anywhere. As for me, it is very convenient, because you can easily work with an online therapist and cure your gori in a few sessions, which are also inexpensive.


Admittedly, finding a licensed good online therapist who can work with you and heal your gore is of course a bit tricky and I wouldn't trust all websites. However, the person who asked this question is now quite so lucky, because I too know a good online grief counseling therapist already . Or rather, I know a provider who can provide you with a pretty cool and qualified therapist, and in a few sessions with him you can already get rid of your grief.


Such a problem. I've had the same thing as you, I've done it before, so I can recommend it to you from personal experience.

Dec 19, 2022  ( 1 post )  
Aaron Delatorre (isansan369)

Maybe someone has felt the feeling of saying, exactly the unsettledness of not being in a good mood and exactly the grief when you have something happen and you don't want anything else in life because of it. I know there's no cure for that. I would like to find some good therapist to help me solve this problem. So I'm hoping that you can recommend me qualified people who have a good understanding of this issue.