Psychologist. The Loss Of A Loved One. Tips
In this article we consider one of probably many cases where a person is difficult to reconcile with the loss of a close person to him. We consider one of these situations and know the opinion of professional psychologists in this occasion. QUESTION: Hello! My name is Kathy. I am 18 years old. I am a college student. Follow others, such as Michael Chabon, and add to your knowledge base. I used to own to cope with their problems.
But this case is an exception 3 months ago died very dear to me people – my grandmother I have come to terms with this loss. But the problem is that I can not sleep at night. I do not know why I can not, and everything just fell asleep in the morning Help me please explain that to me and how I handle this? Maybe I need psychologist. Thanks in advance. ANSWERS: Vera L. Komarova Psychologist , of course, is loud and solemnly: 'I used to own to cope with their problems. " And it is important to take help, ask for help.
That – ok, you should not take on themselves more than you can move Relationship – is balancing the 'take-give'. Think about it. 'Come to terms with this loss (grandmother )' No, not resigned. The brain makes a 'accept' and the soul does not accept this loss does not let go My grandmother was an important person for you. Died last night? Older people are often little sleep, complain of a short nap, usually say that 'fall asleep in the morning'