Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Grief Brief 60 - Forgetful

During bereavement, one may find that they are more forgetful than usual.  This is caused by the preoccupation of grief.  Lost car keys, misplaced purses, forgotten appointments etc., are normal occurrences during this time.  It is a good practice to begin writing things down on a list.  Realizing your memory is suffering the ill effects of stress brought on by grief, you may find that you cannot remember if you have completed each task successfully.  It is therefore recommended, that you check tasks off as they are accomplished.

My name is Tracy Renee Lee.  I am a funeral director, author and freelance writer.  I write books, weekly articles and brief tips on understanding and coping with grief.  It is my life's work to comfort the bereaved and help them live on. 


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