A number of grief and loss worksheets are now available to provide support, comfort, and help as you deal with this difficult time in your life. You should always use them as a guide and never rely on them exclusively. You may want to change them often, and perhaps you should ask others to look over the work on a regular basis as well.
The first worksheet you will need is a list of CDs you already own. Choose CDs that have meaningful messages on them, as these can be a great way to cope with your grief. These can include music that reminds you of your loved one. They may include favorite childhood music, or music from happy times together.
Try to keep in mind all the songs that are meant to help you cope. This will help keep you going, even though you may not be feeling very well. Music is very good for treating feelings, so it is a good idea to have something to listen to as you grieve. Listening to music can help you to reduce any feelings of despair that might be gripping you.
With your list of CDs, you can begin by choosing one song and listening to it. Listen to the song over again to listen for important messages and to fully absorb the music. This will help you better appreciate and process the music you are hearing. After you have listened to the song a few times, you can print out the lyrics and then refer to them often to help process the information that you are receiving.
One way to use the song to help you as you grieve is to listen to it alone, and then repeat it over again. This will allow you to get the right message. If you do not feel you will be able to handle more than one song at a time, consider watching a movie or even listening to a song while you are driving. Once you are calm enough to drive without feeling as if you are going to crash, you can start to take your car for a test drive. As you get further away from the car accident, your ability to drive will improve and you will be able to drive more confidently.
Grief and loss worksheets also contain a section for poems and lyrics that can help you find some solace and comfort. If you are feeling quite low, these can be helpful in helping you gain your confidence back. It is a good idea to use your poems as a way to help you cope with the pain of losing someone you love.
When writing your poetry, keep in mind that when the lyrics are removed from the poem, they will still hold some meaning for you. This may mean you need to re-read the poem and not just read it aloud to yourself. This can help you understand what was intended by the person who wrote the poem.
Grief and loss worksheets can be of great help when you are struggling with grief. Many of them contain sample poetry and other poems that have a personal meaning for you. Listening to these can be helpful in helping you get through your loss. It is important to remember that coping with loss takes time and that it is never too late to begin on the road to recovery.