Grief Lull Why This Period Can be Difficult

Grief Lull: Why This Period Can be Difficult

To many people, grief lull is the period to come to terms with reality. It is when you have to accept the uncomfortable truth that you will never have a one-to-one talk or share great moments with your loved one. Although you miss them and see life is empty without them, you have to accept life must move on without them.

How It Impacts Your Grief Journey

As a grief expert, I realize most people go back to denial, the first stage of grief during the grief lull. This can slow your grief journey.

How To Survive the Grief Lull

I strongly suggest focusing on your hobbies or activities you enjoy, avoiding social media for a while, connecting with friends or family, and seeking professional help.

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