Techniques For Handling Challenging Anniversaries After A Death

By: Brian K. Daly
Friday, June 14, 2019

Anniversaries are very important to people, and everyone celebrates them in different ways. Many people celebrate anniversaries for the day that they had gotten engaged, married, or even met that special someone.

Celebrating these days is a way of cherishing all the lovely times that you have spent with each other. After the death of a loved one, it can become extremely difficult for you to deal with those reminders.

Some Pointers

Here is a look at some techniques for handling challenging anniversaries after death:

  • It is important that you disconnect yourself from all the sorrowful thoughts going through your head. It is important that you get away from it all for some time and move out of your comfort zone. You should consider taking a quick trip for a couple of days. Being in surroundings away from familiar ones is one of the best ways to deal with these difficult days.
     
  • If you prefer to be at home and celebrate your anniversary exactly how you did when your loved one was alive, you can do that as well. For example, some people prefer to spend these days in a celebratory way. If it works for you, it's a good idea to go with that feeling. This change from the ordinary things that you do every day may help you deal with your sorrow in a better way.
     
  • When you find that it is extremely difficult to manage your grief on an anniversary, involve yourself in some meaningful activities. You can do some charity work, help someone in your community, or keep yourself busy with something else. These things will help you disassociate your mind from the pain that you are feeling and help you deal with the day in a better way.

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