Fear of Losing Our Loved Ones !!:-(

I'm dying." These are words that most of us dread hearing from the people we love. However, death is an inescapable part of life—and if it hasn't happened already, chances are you'll be called upon to help a parent, spouse, friend, or other loved one through the valley. Yes, it can be a terrifying prospect. But it's also an opportunity: to help your loved one make the most of his final years, months, and days...to help him take the next step without regret...and to create priceless memories for you to cherish……

The death of a loved one is an event that all of us is likely to experience during our lifetimes, often on numerous occasions. Whilst lives areoften transformed by such loss, it does not necessarily need to be for the worse in the long term. Dealing effectively and positively with grief caused by such a loss is central to your recovery process and your ability to continue with and fulfill your own life for the better...

Some people engage in what’s called"searching behavior"—you look for your loved one’s face among a crowdof people, for instance, even though you know they’ve died. You may become attached to things you associate with your loved one, like wearing an article of their clothing or carrying a keepsake that belonged to them.…

None of Us can be escaped from this part of life…
Its just that if You have fear to loose your loving one's, never do anything which would let you regret after they leave you……

Never disappoint them, dont follow what your heart says, try to understand what their heart wants you to understand ………

Yogesh Ojha

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