Health problems following loss/grief

They say that when you fall in love the grass looks brighter, you have a spring in your step. When something really good has happened, the tiresome aspects of your day aren’t such a bother, much like a water skier who is pulled along, whizzing over the waves.

To have a heart broken by grief is the opposite. Life can lose its lustre. Problems can seem insurmountable.  A bout of sickness or longterm pain that used to be manageable becomes much less so.

Well, that’s been my experience but not mine alone. Here’s an interesting link

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/9164466/Grief-leaves-the-body-at-risk-of-infection.html

Best to take care of ourselves as well as we can.

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One thought on “Health problems following loss/grief

  1. Yes, this is very true. Gino came down with type 2 diabetes shortly after Natie passed away and I developped severe arthrose, while other ailments were amplified. We are so thankful, after over 2 years, to have been healed.

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