Coping With Grief and Loss
When any type of loss occurs, it is very natural that you will experience grief and loss. Losing a loved one or friend is no different and many people experience this type of loss in their own unique way!
The director and staff members at Sahara Indian Funerals in Sydney know exactly how to advise you and your family members on how to seek help to deal with your loss and grief and how to support you in this time of need.
Many people try to just continue on with their life after losing a loved one without acknowledging what has really happened, which in return can lead to a very unhealthy and long term grief. Being able to express your grief will allow you to heal in a positive and healthy way.
Sahara Funeral understands that it is extremely important for all of to understand that as an individual person and independent personality we deal with our present and past losses in different ways. Most times it boils down to how we have been taught to respond to various situations in our life and how we have ended up dealing with them.
When we first lose a loved one, it feels so overwhelming and extremely difficult that our thoughts and feelings may be extremely confusing and unmanageable. Throughout the journey of your grief, you may find that the day to day chores in our lives are insurmountable!
Just coping from hour to hour, minute to minute may seem daunting and you may experience a range of feeling and symptoms that include sadness, shock, anger, fear, disbelief and guilt. During this process, it is always good to keep in mind that there is absolutely no right or wrong way throughout this grieving process and there is also no set order in which you may experience these feelings.
When coping with an enormous amount of grief you may also experience other bodily reactions such as tiredness and exhaustion, you also may experience symptoms such as feeling unwell or sickness, you may also experience other symptoms such as anxiety or depression.
It always helps to mention and discuss these symptoms with someone you love or a close friend. Sahara Indian Funerals always recommends that you consult a doctor in these circumstances so that you can seek a general health assessment so that you can ascertain what help you may need, if any at all!
It is also important to remember that when experiencing grief it is alright to be honest with yourself and your loved ones that surround you about how you are feeling! Grief is a process and not a state of being, life will get better and your feelings and symptoms will improve over time.
Although the funeral director and highly experienced staff at Sahara Funerals are not experienced councilors, we are extremely empathetic to you and your family’s needs. We promise to listen to you throughout the whole funeral process and be sensitive to your grief and loss.
At Sahara Indian Funerals in Sydney we acknowledge that when you come to us for help and advice over the loss of a love one we will be available and prepared to give you the right advice and direction that you will need in order to heal and move on in your life.
We can also recommend professional councilors, support groups and health experts that can help provide the valuable help and assistance that you may need.
Just know, that you are not alone throughout this process and that we will be there for you and your family every step of the way.
Please feel free to contact our professional and friendly funeral director to discuss your very own personal needs and requirements.