Grief Affect

Decision Making?

Grief can lead to difficulty concentrating and staying focused on tasks, which can make it hard to make informed decisions that require careful consideration.

Difficulty focusing: 

Grief can also lead to impulsive behavior, as you may feel overwhelmed and want to make quick decisions to relieve your pain.

Impulsive behavior:

You may avoid making decisions altogether. Because also feel overwhelmed or uncertain about what to do.


Grief can also make it difficult to accept change. You may feel that you are not ready to move on from the loss they have experienced.

Difficulty accepting change: 

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Make Your Decisions

When Not To 

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Lean on friends and family during this difficult time.

Seek support:

Making a new life after bereavement

It is normal to feel low after losing your loved one. Allow yourself time to grieve and process these emotions before attempting to move on.

Take your time to grieve:

After losing a loved one, it can be helpful to refocus your energy on new goals and finding meaning in your life.

Find new meaning and purpose: 

 Taking care of yourself is crucial during this time. Make sure to eat well, exercise, and get enough rest. 

Focus on self-care:

How Can

Grief and Loss 

Affect Your Work?

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