you go thru stages of emotions. and right when you think you are better a smell or a person will remind you and you start with the stages. EVENTUALLY it will be easier and the stages will become less. focus on a really pleasant memory when it is the toughest
Sorry for your loss. The pain remains but gradually lessens. Grieve, but not forever. Instead, Celebrate the life of the one you lost. Talk to others about the fun, the funny and the lessons learned from your loved one. Focus on all the positives they gave you, your family and Community. Carry on their goodness by finishing things they left undone. And most important, know they loved you and you loved them.
Think of the good times you had with that person and the funny things that u did with that person and laugh. My grandpa died last year and I thought of good times we had and smiled and laughed. Also share ur feelings with ur mom and dad bc they probably feel the same way u do right now. :)
It is very hard! I still grieve about my uncle who died 9 years ago. But I think of the happy moments we shared together and how he wouldn't want me to be sad. He's smiling down on me and that's important! Just think of your relative and how the person wouldn't want you to be sad