The cure for grief: the three women have made incredible, to numb the pain after losing loved onesPictolic
There is nothing worse than losing people. Everyone tries to fight the pain in their own way. While most of them are crying in the pillow, or bathe the mountain alcohol, three British women have healed wounds extraordinary. They decided on the most desperate things in their lives. Changing your career, climbing the Everest and weightlifting helped to accept each of these women with the loss and start with a clean slate.When a loved one dies, it seems that the ground was slipping from under his feet. You need a lot of time and effort to accept the loss and overcome pain. Everyone passes the road to recovery, but three British women decided to get rid of mental suffering in an extraordinary way. Losing dear to the hearts of the people, they dared do desperate things and began to live a new life.
38-year-old Claire Morgan from West Sussex found out she was pregnant in December 2015. She and her husband were in seventh heaven. When it became clear that they will have a girl, the couple immediately chose the name Alice. The year before, Claire had a miscarriage, so she was very nervous, desperately wishing that it was all good.
At the 39th week of pregnancy a woman has contractions. When in the hospital she did an ultrasound, it turned out that the baby has no heartbeat. World Claire collapsed in an instant. Despite the fact that her girl was dead, she had to give birth to her. The next day, 13 September 2016, Alice was born.
Despite the fact that her daughter was dead, the couple washed her, clothed, and took a few photos. These priceless memories helped Claire survive the most difficult times in her life. At the funeral, the British read his poem, dedicated to a deceased daughter. Relatives and friends tried to support the poor, but when everyone had gone, the woman in the shower left a huge void.
Birth Alice was the best moment in the life of Claire, and left the hospital without her is the worst. The woman doesn't know what awaits her and her husband further, but a new profession has taught her life-saving secret: there is always hope.
Despite unfavorable forecasts, Debbie fought cancer to the end. In December 2016, the strength began to leave her. Natalie was very painful to watch as the native people is slowly dying. To cope with the emotions and mourning the loss, she began to do the heavy lifting in April 2017. Workout gave her strength, and release of endorphins to lift the spirit.
Debbie died in the 64th year in April 2019. The emotional pain her daughter was not to appease, although all eventually prepared for a sad ending. Natalie trained even in the day of my mother's death to escape from pain and take out your emotions on a physical level. At the funeral family, friends and colleagues reminisced about the hilarious character, Debbie and her funny antics, so the ceremony was very light.
Unfortunately, the mother did not return, and Natalie continues to heal the wounds. She puts energy into weightlifting and it helps her to be prepared for difficulties. Grief causes unbearable pain, but over time it passes.
In August of 2017 during the regular family outings, Martin fell and hit his head on the rocks. Rescuers are unable to help him, and the man died. He was 54 years old. After the loss of her husband Michelle were constantly in a state of numbness. Daughter was also very depressed. Relatives helped to organize funeral, and the woman had to cope with the emotions for the kids.
The campaign helped the woman to understand that you can move forward, despite the grief. Rise on Everest gave her the confidence needed to continue what she and Martin always did together. After traveling to Nepal, Michelle children walked the Inca Trail in Peru, and last year climbed mount Kilimanjaro. Love helped them cope with the pain of loss. They know that father would be proud of them.
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