Make New Traditions
Do Some Self Care
Celebrate those around you
Write out your thoughts/Journal
Pay attention to your dreams/Journal your dreams
Add your loved one's favorite meals to your menus/even their favorite desserts
Set your goals with your loved one in mind
The sadness won't leave, but you will get better at managing your emotions with time
Donate in your loved one's honor
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
Get some help/counseling/support groups
Do decorating differently, change things up
Make sure you stay connected to your friends and loved ones, journal, exercise regularly, donate your time or money in honor of your loved one that passed, talk to your loved one, decorate differently and change things up, phone your friends, write letters to your loved one, get outside!
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