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If you have ever lost a loved one or relationship breakup, you have most likely experienced grief. Grief is an intense feeling of sadness or sorrow.Grief is not always thought of as a full-body experience. But just as grief can affect mental health, it can also have physical aspects.Grief increases inflammation, which can worsen health problems you already have and cause new ones. It batters the immune system, leaving you depleted and vulnerable to infection. The heartbreak of grief can increase blood pressure.The digestive tract can be sensitive to times of intense stress. It can be all too common to seek comfort in food during stressful periods or to experience a queasy stomach when anxious. Grief inspires these symptoms and others, such as a loss of appetite, binge eating, nausea, and irritable bowel syndrome.

You can never bring a dead person back to life. You can never hit ‘reset’ on a broken relationship. You can never fix a wasted youth or redo a past mistake or un-say the words that destroyed a friendship.When it’s gone, it’s gone. And it will never be the same, no matter what you do. And this, in a real psychological sense, destroys a small piece of you. A piece that must eventually be rebuilt INVEST IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH YOURSELF. BASICALLY, HOW DO YOU TREAT YOUR OWN BODY, MIND, AND EMOTIONS? GET REACQUAINTED WITH YOUR OLD FRIEND CALLED SUNSHINE And if you find it hard to get motivated to do all these things, use your loss as motivation. If you’re the victim of a disgusting breakup or a close death, well, self-improvement is the best revenge against any ex. If you’ve lost someone close to you tragically, imagine what they would have wished for you and go out and live it.
Our relationships don’t just give our lives meaning, they also define our understanding of ourselves. When one of these relationships is destroyed, that part of our identity is destroyed along with it...Life is a long series of losses. It’s pretty much the only thing guaranteed in our existence. From moment to moment, year to year, we give up and leave behind former selves that we will never recover. a grief of what you’ve left behind along with a satisfaction at what you’ve become. A soft sadness mixed with a simple joy.
Embrace today Embrace now.