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Dealing with death as a little :(


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I recently lost someone extremely close to me and my problem is now that I have opened up my little side its like the pain of this loss is so much worse. My daddy tries to comfort me but its a hurt I feel very deep. Does anyone have any advice for loss of a loved one as a little.
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I'm so sorry for your loss. I'd like to start out with acknowledging everyone grieves differently. That being said these are things that helped me grieve in little space:

 

1) draw pictures for your lost love one let them know you miss them

 

2) it's ok to be angry have a pillow fight or throw a full grown fit with pillows (have someone there afterwards to snuggle you)

 

3) journal now I don't know how old your little side is but as a grown up this is immensely helpful it helps to sort out your feelings if you want to write or draw or paint or whatever journaling can be a very cathartic experience

 

4) do something charitable in your loved ones honor, if they loved kids volunteer to read to kids in a school or a hospital believe me kids love it when you get into the story as much as they do. If your loved one loved the environment plant a tree in their memory

 

5) reconnect with nature. Go to the ocean or the forest. Take of your shoes and squish the earth between your toes. Breathe. Recenter yourself.

 

 

I hope this helps. If you need to chat feel free to add me as a friend

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Guest KingJames
While I'm not a little, I have had more than my fair share of loss. My advice is to allow the grieving to happen and understand the wild ranges of emotions, and feeling, and pain are normal and justified. Losing a loved one is always quite a process. I'm sorry you've had a loss. If you start to feel overwhelmed, make sure your Daddy has a chance to help, so he doesn't feel helpless to the situation. I'm sure he doesn't expect you to just get over it.
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