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“What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.”
“Remember: the time you feel lonely is the time you most need to be by yourself. Life's cruelest irony.”
“The cheerful mind perseveres, and the strong mind hews its way through a thousand difficulties.”
"I’ve come to understand that listening is one of the most important things we can do for one another… if we care, we can listen."
“We can never obtain peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves.”
I’ve come to understand that listening is one of the most important things we can do for one another… if we care, we can listen
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Loss of employment due to retirement
- Loss of loved ones (e.g., friend, parent, spouse)
- The decline in health and loss of independence as a result of limiting or quitting
- Driving loss of friends when one's circle of friends shrinks as a result of a death, a move, or other circumstances.
- Giving the person time is one way to support an elderly person going through a difficult period.
- Highlighting emotional changes in behaviour or indicators of melancholy.
- Being present with the other. Discussing the loss Keeping an eye out for indications of drawn-out grief or depression.
- Inherent shame or regret for an act you committed or omitted to perform.
- Existential guilt is a negative emotion brought on by the unfairness you perceive in the world.
- Free-floating, or poisonous, guilt, is the underlying conviction that you are not a good person.
It's the action of removing oneself from the real or social environment. It's common to experience some withdrawal. Unfortunately, withdrawal might become a person's go-to coping mechanism. Isolation and extreme disengagement are unnatural and undesirable behaviors. Anyone experiencing this type of withdrawal who wants to improve their circumstances can schedule an online counselling session with a geriatric counsellor.