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Drawing Comfort from Your Faith

Do you feel overwhelmed by grief from losing someone you love? In this difficult time, it is inevitable that questions of God and spirituality take place. You may be one of the many whose faith has been shaken – whose spirit has been weakened. Although some may not be part of a formal religion, we are all spiritual being nonetheless. And as our body and mind need to heal, so does our spirit.

It is never easy to say goodbye. Allow yourself to draw comfort from your faith. Find comfort in religious or spiritual values. All it takes is for you is to listen and you may find meaning. Our relationship with someone we love does not end in death for all of us who walk here on earth will meet again. When your pain is deep, know that God offers us His comfort and peace. If we look inside ourselves, beneath the mourning, we can feel the presence of a higher being within us. We can draw near God in prayer and in worship.

For bereavement and spiritual services, call Nevada Hospice Care at 702-912-0500.
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Suppressing what you feel inside of you is not healthy. Express your feelings. Find an outlet for your grief. #Grief #NevadaHospiceCare

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Do not waste today by dreamily living on tomorrow. Choose to live life by each moment.
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Activities to Help Work Through Grief
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What to Avoid When Breaking News of Death

Delivering news of death can be a challenging and sensitive task. Breaking the news of death can have a lasting impact when not done properly. Telling family and friends about the passing of a loved one requires preparation. To help you steer clear of a disastrous revelation, here are things you should avoid:

Do not break the news over the phone
Sensitive news like the passing of a loved one should not be revealed over the phone. Make sure to schedule a meeting and deliver the news personally – face to face.

Do not choose a public space
You need to choose a confidential setting where you and the person can have privacy. Choose a comfortable place, somewhere with a mood than can help alleviate the pain and somewhere the person can freely cry or shout without prying eyes.

Do not give too much information
When you break the news, make sure not give too much information right away. Look at how the person takes it. People respond to news of a passing loved one differently. Observe if the person is ready to hear more or if the news that your loved one passed away is enough.
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Spend Time with People You Love

There is one thing more special than the remaining days of our lives; it is the people we spend it with. It is time for you to invest every second of your life in making beautiful memories with your family and friends.

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“Every man's life ends the same way. It’s only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another.” - Ernest Hemingway
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First 3 Steps in Coping with the Loss of a Loved One

Grief is a natural response to losing someone we dearly love and it can be a rollercoaster of emotions. You can feel sad, angry, shock, numb and disbelief. Working through grief requires you to be strong in this difficult time as well as the support from important figures in your life.

Let it all out

Suppressing what you feel inside of you is not healthy. Find an outlet for all the emotions you are feeling whether it be sadness or anger. Crying, shouting and throwing off objects are normal reactions. Do not be ashamed. Recognizing the pain you are feeling is the first step to working through your grief.

Talk to others

Find comfort in sharing what you are going through with your family and friends. Talk to someone who can listen through all your ordeals, who can be a shoulder you can cry on.

Slowly get back on track

Losing someone can take an emotional and physical toll. Simple acts like eating, sleeping and socializing can be challenging. Getting to do the things you used to do may take a while. Although you may feel numb and droopy, you should try slowly getting back on your feet - one step at a time.
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Living Life while You Live

Knowing that our days are numbered can make every millisecond of our time worth more. If there is one thing on earth that we can’t get back – it’s time. Don’t spend the remainder of your life lying idly on the bed. Make things happen – live in the moment – live life.

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