Try to wait awhile.

Try to wait awhile.

Even though everything changes when you lose a loved one, stay put.

  • Try not to make any major changes right away. I know it can be tempting to feel that everything has changed. A person you love very much has died. I feel you. That does change your life. For real.
  • It’s a good idea to wait for a while before making big decisions, like moving or changing jobs. Things feel raw and uncertain. Maybe you feel as if you can’t live in the same place or city where your loved one lived. A change of scenery can seem tempting. Or you think a new job will make you feel better.

But try and sit in your grief and see what internal changes you can make. For me, after Daddy died, I threw myself into Yoga and earned a teaching certification. That enabled me to see the familiar as a comfort instead of a discomfort. It helped me embrace memories instead of fleeing from them.

Are you considering big changes?

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