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The Loss of Someone You Love

How to deal with the loss of someone you love and to move on from it.


Navigating the tumultuous waters of loss, particularly the loss of a cherished loved one, may it be a family member, a partner, close friend or colleague can feel like an insurmountable challenge. The void left by their absence can seem overwhelming, leaving us grappling with a whirlwind of emotions. Coping with such a profound loss is not a one-size-fits-all journey. Each individual's experience with grief is unique, depending on who or how they lose the person, shaped by their relationship with the departed and their own emotional landscape. As college students, who are already navigating the complexities of academic pressures, social dynamics, and personal growth, the additional weight of loss can feel especially heavy.

I, Jennifer Surch, a professional therapist specializing in depression, anxiety, and other emotional and mental health issues, I understand the profound impact that losing someone can have on an individual's well-being. Through my therapy sessions, I offer professional help to those struggling with anxiety or depression in coping with the loss of a loved one.


Whether you are an adult, teenagers or young , losing someone is very difficult and coping up is different with any individuals. There are people who can adjust easily but there are also many people that suffers in silent and can't handle it on their own. Here are some of the tips that might help you of you are experiencing this difficult stage in your life.

  1. Talk about it. Whether it's with friends, family, or even colleagues, opening up about your feelings and memories of your loved one can be incredibly therapeutic. It's a chance to share the good times, the funny moments, and even the tough times. Talking openly not only helps you make sense of what happened but also keeps the memory of your friend or family member alive in a meaningful way. So, don't hesitate to reach out and have those heart-to-heart conversations—it can make all the difference in navigating through your grief journey.

  2. Reflect and remember the Good Times: Take a moment to think back on all the fun, silly, and even challenging moments you shared with your loved one. Whether it was cracking jokes, exploring new places, or just hanging out, these memories are like treasures that can bring comfort during tough times. Embracing both the highs and lows can help you feel closer to them, reminding you that they'll always be a part of your story.

  3. Acceptance : When you're dealing with grief, it's like riding a rollercoaster of feelings—sadness, anger, exhaustion, you name it. It's totally normal to feel like you're on an emotional whirlwind. So, don't beat yourself up about it. Emotions are like guests at a party; they come and go, and it's okay to let them do their thing. Just remember, you're not alone in this rollercoaster ride of feelings, and it's okay to reach out for support when you need it.

  4. Moving forward. As you journey towards accepting the loss of someone dear, it's essential to shift your focus towards the love you shared rather than solely dwelling on the void their absence brings. While the pain of their loss may linger, reflecting on the love and beautiful moments you shared can be a source of comfort and strength as you move forward. Reminisce about the laughter, the shared dreams, and the countless memories that continue to live on within you. By honoring the love that once bloomed between you, you can find solace in knowing that their presence will forever be woven into the fabric of your life's story




In this difficult phase in your love, it is best to seek support. Whether from your family, friends or co workers or even to professional therapist like me Jennifer Surch. I am, a professional therapist offering online therapy sessions, I understand the importance of seeking support during challenging times. Whether it's leaning on friends, family, or professional counselors like myself, reaching out for help can be a crucial coping strategy. By opening up about your feelings and memories, you create a safe space for healing and understanding. Remember, you don't have to navigate this journey alone—support is always available to guide you through the process of coping with loss and finding solace in shared experiences. With my expertise and years of experience in guiding and help different individuals deal with their mental or emotional being. I am able to customized to your needs.


 I want to remind you that as you navigate the grieving process, certain milestones like birthdays or anniversaries may evoke feelings of grief. Additionally, everyday sensations or memories, such as hearing a song on the radio or catching a familiar scent, can also trigger your symptoms of grief. Rest assured, Jennifer Surch is here to support you. With time, the intensity of your grief will gradually lessen, allowing you to find moments of peace and acceptance amidst the pain. Remember, healing is a journey, and it's okay to seek support along the way.

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