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Take Time to Grieve, But Don’t Be Consumed

Take Time to Grieve, But Don’t Be Consumed

You'll need some time to do this grieving, but it's not healthy to totally wrap yourself up in memories and reflection on what went wrong. Over the course of time the answers will probably come to you, and acceptance will come too, but in the meantime it is important to understand life does go on and you will too.

"Part of the grieving process at the end of a relationship is accepting that what you wanted to happen no longer will happen," writes therapist Terry Gaspard. "Thoughts might range from we will never have children together to we won’t ever eat another meal together." 1

Put away the photos, letters, gifts and any other reminders of your loved one. Some people throw them out and others spend an inordinate amount of time with these objects reflecting on memories; the latter usually ends in more heartbreak and despair. You might regret tossing some sentimental objects, so you might want to hold off on doing that in the beginning. If there is a need to move on slowly, carefully place everything in a box and store it in a place where you aren't apt to pull it out. You can decide what to do with these items at a later date.

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