As survivors discover life under the motto living with death “ARD in November 2012 for a week one of the last great taboo issues of our time attacked. While the loss of a man of who is close to us belongs to the deepest cuts in our lives. Everyone then takes time to cope with the grief. But not all wounds heal the time alone. Admit sadness and experience to cope with grief, we go through various stages of grief. Initially, we want to don’t have what happened.
We are surprised with what peace we take care of the necessary organizational tasks. Our emotions are blocked, then already soon even more violently to break up. The pain overwhelms us, we feel fear and anger, because we were leaving, looking for someone to blame or even guilt. And we miss the loved one so much it physically hurts us. Then we isolate ourselves we want to be alone with our pain, our longings and our memories.
While our fellow human beings are particularly uncertain in dealing with us, retire this time. If our grief in one of these phases will freeze, we can not overcome them, do not let go. We take the opportunity to redesign our life, and need help, the mourning may melt. Relatives and friends are often are overwhelmed or even affected; then, outside help is a sensible alternative. Realize the death, to turn to the life Busum balance accompanied survivors in familiar atmosphere in the grieving process. At the end is the acceptance of the loss and the survivor is ready, engage in a life after the death of the loved one. This also applies to deaths that have very long behind it, but not adequately processed and strongly influenced and affected the lives of the survivors. Here, too, grief can be done still. A short holiday on the North Sea, free of deadlines and obligations, and the healthy, salty sea air create spatial distance and a free header. The surviving fueling new energy and can pursue back to home life.