Words of Comfort After The Loss Of A Parent. If you are somebody who is suffering from having lost a parent, first of all, my condolences. It’s normal to experience a multitude of different feelings after the death of a parent.

Here are some thoughts that I hope help you with what you are currently experiencing: First, Sometimes, we can make ourselves responsible for things that were never in our control to start with. So just in case, I want to make sure that you understand that it wasn’t your fault. It wasn’t your fault and that it wasn’t something that you had any control over. Allow that to really register. Next, Consider that in many cultures throughout the world, there is this idea that death is part of a continuous cycle so the end is not the end, it’s just a transition point. If you believe in God or have some spiritual belief, consider that one day, you’ll see your loved one again, but for now, it’s time for you to live, not just live, but be happy.

There is a season and time for everything and right now, it’s time for you to focus on living. It may also benefit you to take a moment tonight before going to sleep, to close your eyes and imagine placing your parent in God’s hands knowing that everything is going to be ok. It’s time to focus on you.

That’s what your parent would want for you. That leads to my next point. Make sure that you are taking care of yourself and that you’re thriving. Go back to doing the things you love and the things you need to do for you. And when you remember your parent, focus on remembering the positive moments you shared and allow those to give you peace. In the grand scheme of things, those moments are the moments that matter most. So for example, when I think of my grandmother who raised me,

I don’t think of the last days before her death or even the times when she was really tough with me. Instead, I focus on all the positives including her dedication to us doing well in school and the fact that every single evening she would sit down and do homework with us because she was really committed to our education. She didn’t have to do that kind of stuff, but she did it because she loved us. That’s the kind of stuff that I remember when I think of her.

Lastly, it’s really important that if you don’t feel good that you call a friend. Call a friend and talk it out. You’d be surprised at how much you can feel better when you express yourself. I hope you’ve found my input beneficial.

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Sasha Carrion (492 Posts)

Life coach, hypnotherapist, and regular health and wellness TV/radio guest, Sasha Carrion makes this world a better place by educating people about the power of the mind and helping clients make lasting breakthroughs.


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