Many of the stressful situations we come across in your daily lives cannot be avoided or changed, but we can change how we respond to the stress. Try improving your way of dealing with stress or a stressful situation. Take a deep breath.
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Surround yourself with a support team and know that you are not alone in your grief. There are so many resources online to help. Keep busy, it will keep your mind off things. Let yourself cry, its ok and normal to miss your child. Dont let anyone tell you how to grieve. I hope this helps :)
I have a friend to talk to when I feel overwhelmed,sad, or when I get scared.He helps me breath better,eat better,sleep better,and I feel safer when he is with me.I didn't know who I was before he fell in love with me and it changed my outlook on life.I fell in love with him and I know I want to get over emotional pain and get my fit body back.I want mental health for myself and for a long life with my special friend that I love. God answers prayers in mysterious ways!
A special person to confide in,to keep you motivated and help you cope with your life changes. 223
Instead of focusing on a life problem, it helps to get out and exercise, jog, go to the gym, put a video to work out at home. The problem won't disappear, only with focus on being positive for yourself, coping and resolution are conjured up. Exercise is the best arsenal stress relief.
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