The loss of a loved one is something that sooner or later we will have to face. It is a painful circumstance that can trigger many feelings such as sadness, pain, anger, helplessness, disbelief, guilt, fear. There are even cases in which relatives feel that they have lost control or direction of their lives with the death of a family member. There is no doubt that it is a moment that most people do not want to go through.

In any case, the feeling of helplessness is normal. The person who has just lost his father or mother will miss them from the funeral. It is normal that back at home he finds himself in front of the deceased belongings, their photographs, and start questioning about what to do from now on, without the support and physical company of that loved one. At this moment it is important to realize that it is a new stage of life sooner rather than later you should get used to, keeping in your mind, like a treasure, the most beautiful memories of the family member who has died.

When death occurs it triggers a bunch of feelings and sensations in human beings. First of all, it is important to understand what is going on and second find ways to go through. It is not time to be prideful but to seek the support of others. A helping hand will always be welcome when a loved one dies. Even more when the mourner is in the process of mourning and feels helpless, lost, does not know what to do or how to go back to his daily life, working place, retake his relationship. After the death of a relative a simple activity of every day life can be seen as a huge mountain to climb.

Although there is no rule book that could indicate how to live each stage of mourning as denial, anger or acceptance, there are many ways to get ahead, such as not locking ourselves in pain, accepting the help of third parties to face death, taking time to put our ideas in order and then resume daily life with confidence and hope.