Your loved one may start to "check out" from routine activities as denial wears off and the truth of a terrible occurrence sinks in. They may lose interest in daily tasks like housework, bill-paying, and customary social activities as a result of becoming preoccupied with the loss. Disarray can be mistaken for dementia.
Signs and Symptoms
- Abandoning typical routine
- Become fixated
- Take much longer than usual to complete small tasks
- Abnormal behaviour
- Encourage them to look for natural support systems. This might be your family, your circle of friends, or your church.
- Give them the freedom to discuss loss in their own words.
- They may frequently wish to engage in social interaction without having to express their pain.
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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.
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- Other health issues
- Chronic Diseases
- Mental Health Issues
- Elder Care Type
- Difficulty in Aging
- Grief and Loss
- Elderly Abuse and Neglect
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