I went through a traumatic episode of losing a parent about 2 years back -and it was a
I went through a traumatic episode of losing a parent about 2 years back -and it was a sudden and very painful event and was compounded by me being in my final month of pregnancy. My son was born few weeks after my fathers demise and I had watched him slipping away with a sense of helplessness and was unable to vent or express myself during that period of grief or after - because I was worried about my child. 2 years hence - I think I still have a lot of bottled up trauma that is affecting most of my life decisions and relationships - and I live in constant fear of the negativity affecting my child - though I try my level best to see that he is in a happy space.
How do I break out of this cycle of negativity ? And how do I end the grieving and self blame?
Bhairavi 07 Feb 2017, 05:50pm
Hi, I am sorry to hear this.. I had written back to you long time back - but for some reason it doesn't show as replied. There are various stages of grief and each one of go through it - at our own pace. try not to worry - as it self is negative - but also at the same time don't bottle it up and hide your emotions as they will come out some time or another -
lets connect - could you please write to me on - firstname.lastname@example.org
and I am sure I can help you and guide you :)
lots of love and light ! View Less
Hi, I am sorry to hear this.. I had written back to you long time back - but for some reason it does