When someone close to you dies, fear may be the first emotion that takes over your body and mind. What just happened? Is this true? Are they really gone, and I am not going to see them ever again? Is this going to happen to me soon? There are a lot of deep questions that are going to flood your mind at that moment.
Fear is a deep-rooted feeling that we don’t know how to control very well. It is always going to surprise us and dig profoundly into our minds and overall structure as living, breathing human beings. Since we will never be ready to manage fear in an effective way, the only thing that remains is to live it. Just be one with the feeling until it consumes itself.
However, it is always a good idea to have some people around you during such devastating moments, such as friends and family. They can help you get through this and keep you grounded in reality. It’s fine to experience your emotions and feelings, but it’s not a good idea to completely lose yourself in them.