The loss of a loved one is an unfortunate event and for some, it can be a bit too much to handle. These are times you find yourself in such a state that starting over may seem impossible. However, no matter what the circumstances are, it is still doable with these suggestions:
One way to move on is to distract yourself with work, while aiming to be a more productive part of the society. PeopleReady recommends asking staffing agencies to find legal temporary jobs that could supply your needs. This lessens the task of searching for employment that you can do efficiently even if you’re not keen on committing to a long-term position. What matters is that you get to spend your time and energy on better things than just feeling sorry for yourself.
Keeping your emotions all bottled up is detrimental in the long run. Find receptive and encouraging listeners. Talk to your friends, partner, family, or anyone you can trust about your feelings and need for release. Seek professional counseling if you deem it necessary for your state of mind. Part of the process of moving on is accepting what happened and how you feel about it. Remember that knowing is half the battle.
Continue Living Your Life
Sometimes, the best way to start moving on after dealing with a painful loss is to just start again. Take your time to mourn, but avoid dwelling in your emotions and instead continue to live your life normally. Take this as an opportunity to assess your status, lifestyle, and career to get a fresh and better start. Learn from your loss so it can be a foundation for your new path in life.
Sudden tragedies can catch you off guard, but a renewed beginning is always a welcome change despite the pain you’re going through. The opportunity to move on will always be presented to those who have suffered and it’s up to you to grab it so you can live your life to the fullest despite your loss.