Castro Pruitt Schneider Family Loving Life and Each Other – Part 2

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I seldom talk about my family, and that is because we tend to be kind of private, but when a new member is born, the joy my heart feels is so immense I have to express it in some way.

 

 

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I love so many things in my life, science is one of them, music, nature, cycling, etc., but my loved one are definitely number one. Nothing is more important to me than my beautiful loyal loving daughter, my son in law and his parents (they are adorable), my partner of 28 years (and going….), my cousins, my nieces, my grandchildren.

 

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Life is wonderful, and I expect the best of it day and night. I welcome happiness, love and real joy.

 

 

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How To Cope with Anger While You are Grieving

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Losing a loved one can be one of the most painful and stressful events in your life, and it might cause severe emotional crisis that could develop into different physical symptoms or diseases:

  • Anger
  • Despair
  • Guilt
  • High blood pressure
  • Headaches
  • Bone aches
  • Worsening of arthritis symptoms.
  • Gastritis or worsening of symptoms.
  • And more….

This emotional maelstrom can affect behaviour and judgement. Many patients report to me stomach pain, eating habit changes: loss or gain of appetite, intestinal upsets, sleep disturbances and loss of energy. Of all life’s stresses, mourning can seriously test your natural defense systems. Existing illnesses may worsen or new conditions may appear.

In stressful and sad times you don’t need people around you who do not support you. You need to surround yourself with loving human beings who actually care about you. Go out with them, trust them if they have proven to you that they are loyal and faithful.

Having and caring for pets like dogs, cats, birds, is another way to find comfort. I especially love cats, but others prefer dogs or birds. Some people don’t like animals and would rather care for plants. Therefore, get into planting, gardening, farming and grafting. Some of my patients have expressed their liking towards social activities like volunteering, helping others, “not being at home where there are so many memories” — they say. It is fine, but remember,  sooner or later you have to face reality and stay at home. So do the volunteering for another reason such as helping others and just “not” to be at home.

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Remember: After the storm, calm is restored

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