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HealthfulChat is offering this Bereavement and Grief Chat Room, these bereavement and grief forums and this bereavement and grief social network specifically for bereavement and grief peer support. Experiencing a loss can make you angry, depressed, and utterly miserable. Hopefully, you will have people who care around you to hold your hand and cry with after the loss happens. However, this constant support from family and friends can only last so long. Eventually, these loved ones have to go back to their daily lives, and you are left to deal with this grief seemingly on your own. This can make you feel that you are all alone coping with a loss so big that it feels as if the world is closing in around you. Although the aide of grief counseling and other services are extremely important in the healing process, HealthfulChat also believes that the caring and supportive ears of others who truly understand your feelings of loss is sometimes the best treatment out there.
Losses such as the death of a loved one, miscarriage, still birth, losing a job, divorce, or even relocation can cause symptoms of grief. Furthermore, "There is no set length for the grieving period; in intense cases grief can last for several years or more."1. Perhaps you have been grieving the death of a close loved one, such as a spouse or child, and this dark and lonely feeling inside of you has been festering for years with little improvement. There may be loved ones around you who, try as they might, cannot possibly comprehend what you are going through or why moving on with your life is so difficult for you. Here at HealthfulChat, we truly understand that everyone grieves at their own pace; no matter how long it has been since your loss, you need a supportive environment of empathy to make it through. This is the philosophy of HealthfulChat, and why we have created this bereavement and grief peer support network.
Studies show that social interaction can help you prioritize your grief, and may help you heal faster. For example, "Stay active and social - While withdrawing from activities and relationships may seem the natural course of action for someone experiencing grief, staying engaged can actually provide an important source of distraction, allowing the bereaved to focus on something other than their loss."1 Whether you are or are not ready to be social in the world outside again, perhaps the anonymity of the internet, and sharing your feelings of loss with others who can truly identify with you will help you get through your grief and start living your life to the fullest again.
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