Bereavement is defined as a state of sadness or loneliness. An individual is in a state of bereavement when that person experiences loss of another person. The loss could be due to relationship breakups, death, loss of pets, someone moving away forever, divorce for instance, loss of employment, etc. thus, the cause for bereavement might be different for each person.

Bereavement behaviors are loneliness, anger, guilt, numbness, shock, agitation, etc. Bereavement grief means a package of emotions related with the loss of an individual. Researchers oftentimes pertain to bereavement behavior as grief cycle. After an extensive research of over four decades and still continuing, researchers have discovered some usual demeanors observed in persons in mourning.

When an individual is undergoing through this grief, the person observes behaviors such as crying, insomnia, restlessness and withdrawal. But the most commonly observed behaviors are denial and shock. Bereavement grief is almost just a part of each person’s life. This kind of grief has a large extent of effects, and the density in which an individual could be affected vary from one person to another.

There are 2 kinds of bereavement grief. The first one is complicated and the other is a normal grief. When a person is suffering from a complicated grief he or she sometimes may attempt to kill him/herself. Most persons typically fall helpless prey to complicated bereavement grief due to a sudden shock.

On the other hand, normal bereavement grief is commonly accepted for a person.Mourning has a despair and disorganization behavior, where someone is crying and grieving due to being away from a person or due to loss of a loved one. Bereavement behavior not just affects a person mentally, but it also causes risky and dangerous effects on one’s healthy life and well being.

Heavy symptoms of breathing problems and abdominal pain are observed even after six months of an event that has happened. Volatile reactions are always observed in individuals who feel that their social image or their identity is being affected. Changeable reactions may cause people to get easily frustrated, harbor jealousy and hatred with other persons.

They have a natural tendency to feel they are helpless, and this hurts a lot; feeling furious is also commonly frequent in them. Reorganization is observed on this kind of behavior when a person or something is lost without their fault or without the individual being dead. Also, some bereaved people can’t realize the reality because of the feeling of shock and denial, and a feeling of being unreal is very common.

People aren’t able to accept the facts, or reality which has happened in them. Oftentimes, they are afflicted with depersonalization and anaesthetizing of effect. Fortunately, you don’t need to pay a large amount of money or go to any doctor for the remedy. You yourself are enough to come out of it of this condition.

You can try downloading videos or mp3s from the Internet and it will certainly help you to heal yourself. You can play the mp3s if you know someone experiencing this grief and you want them to be healed at the soonest time possible.

Author's Bio: 

The author of this article, Amy Twain, is a Self Improvement Coach who has been successfully coaching and guiding clients for many years. Let Amy help you in your journey towards Healing After Death. Alternatively click here for Amazon's Kindle Edition.