Grief: Dealing With Feelings of Insecurity
After a major loss, you may feel insecure and unsure about yourself. Maintaining relationships may be a struggle at this time. You may have a difficult time making decisions, paying attention to what others are saying, or taking care of your personal responsibilities. Later, you may not remember some of the events happening around you.
These feelings are expected after a major life change. It takes time to adjust and return to a state of balance after you have become upset by a major life event.
If you are feeling insecure and lost, it is best to:
If your feelings of insecurity frighten you or if you find yourself in dangerous situations (such as walking city streets alone at night), talk with a trusted friend, clergy person, mental health professional, or your doctor about what is happening to you.
Call your doctor if you are not able to sleep or prepare meals for yourself.
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