How to Heal a Heavy Heart

Many incidents happen everyday in life.some incidents gives us happiness and joy while some other gives sorrow, stress or grief.

Losing a loved one, bad fight with a dear friend, being predicted with an incurable disease and many other unpleasant incidents in life are bound to happen to anyone.Some unfortunate situations cannot be undone once it occurs. These kind of situations makes your heart hold on to the feeling of sorrow or stress or grief or guilt and the heart starts feeling heavy.

Though you know you can’t do anything about the loss it feels like your heart never gets consoled. Holding a heavy heart leads one into depression which ruins his or her happiness.

Remember there is no burden harder to carry than a heavy heart

Share it with a friend or write it down in a piece of paper : if you have a friend who listens to you then talk to your friend how you feel about it otherwise write down your feelings in a piece of paper. Sharing or writing down makes your heart throw out what and how it feels and makes it much lighter than before.

Try to forget and focus on the present: As the saying goes “Idle mind is devils workshop”. Dont let yourself to get immersed in the feeling of sorrow by being idle. Be active. Do what is required for the present and future. This will make your heart to forget the past as your mind and soul will be engaged with activity that makes you a better person.

Give Time some Time to heal :  Even when you lose something close to your heart, the feeling of sorrow will be high for first few days and gradually your heart starts to heal..After one or two years the intensity of your sorrow will be much less..Every scar in heart heals with time. Give time some time to heal your heart and forget the past.

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Author: Bhuvana

I am Bhuvana from India who gets inspired by every little thing that happens around.I work to spread more and more positive energy to the people through my writing.Follow my blog to know more about me

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