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Grief can be Managed The Management of Grief I was surprised to see the various duties people carry out during a time of despair The plane crash was a terrible crisis and the management of grief was not an act anyone wanted to achieve Accepting the loss of a loved one is a very difficult state in life I think Shaila handled the deaths of her family well because she knew that she was not alone She too had to pass through the stages of coping with her distress and with the others Shaila unlike Kusum had to be calm during the sorrowful time in order to be strong for herself and others Shaila didnt ever show any sympathy for anyone else She knew that if she kept her hopefulness eventually she would be ready to start a new life Kusum on the other hand wasnt as understanding of the loss of her youngest daughter and husband Even though her oldest daughter Pam was still living Kusum saw an empty future for herself It was easier for Kusum to give up rather than control her unhappiness She couldnt feel the faith nor understand the fate Shaila doesnt necessarily manage her grief better than anyone else she is just confident that her future awaits many more blessings and challenges Anyone can overcome the struggle of managing his or her grief To manage is to control If a person is willing to take control in their life then they will be able to solve their troubles in a healthier way Grief is sorrow heartache misery and pain By focusing on the optimism in every journey they take the heartaches will only be small bumps in the road In conclusion Shailas actions proved her to be a very strong willed person She had the ability to take a very disturbing situation and make a new objective from it She was looking for a new
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