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It is not unusual for you to experience a roller coaster ride of emotions after the tragic loss of your wife. Everyone expresses their grief in a different way; however, many cannot move on with life in a healthy manner. Here, we have discussed a few ways of coping with the tragic loss of your wife:

1. Seek professional help

When you are trying to cope with the sudden loss of your wife, it’s not unusual for your feelings to seem unmanageable. Some can manage the ups and downs of emotions with time, but some can feel overwhelmed and slip into depression. This is when you must consult a psychiatrist to help you manage your emotions. If negative thoughts crop up in your mind and if you find it difficult to continue with your day-to-day life, seek professional help. If you want to undergo psychiatric treatment in Kolkata, get in touch with Moner Alo at

2. Talk about your feelings

If you are feeling sad, articulate your feelings honestly. Sharing your grief with others heals you from within. Don’t feel ashamed or shy to discuss the circumstances of the untimely death and your associated feelings. Share with people special memories that you miss about your wife. Remember the laughs you shared and the memories you created. Never ignore grief. The more you ignore it, the more you sink in it.

3. It’s okay to mourn the loss

Your wife, the only companion of your life has died. And it’s quite natural that you might feel uncertain and confused without her. It’s like a vital part of your life is missing. When you experience the death of someone as close as your wife, a person you loved and on whom you depend on, a feeling of disorientation is natural. Mourn openly to express your thoughts and feelings regarding her death. This helps in healing your mind and heart.

4. Keep your mind engaged

Keeping your mind engaged in productive activities, hobbies, and interests cheers you up from within. Death doesn’t mean you should stop looking at the brighter side of life. This opens up new possibilities. Take up a new hobby or explore new places. This will keep you mentally happy and help in coping with the loss in a healthy way.

Do not seclude yourself but connect with the people around you. Acknowledging your feelings is the only key to healing.


According to World Health Organisation one in every four people is suffering from some sort of mental disorder. There are around 450 million people in the world who have serious mental health issues. Despite its prevalence, mental illness, psychiatric conditions and treatment are still surrounded by social stigma and shrouded with misconceptions. This is why people with mental illness often hide their conditions from friends and family and as a result, they do not get enough treatment. Over here we discuss a few myths that still grip mental issues and psychiatric treatments:

1. Psychiatrists will force-medicate you

Every psychological condition comes with different modes of diagnosis. Each patient has different needs. A qualified psychiatrist never force medicates his/her patient. Psychiatrists work with the patients and understand their condition. Based on their diagnosis, they prescribe medicines or therapy.

2. Only Crazy people undergo Psychiatric treatment

This is absolutely wrong. The majority of people who visit a psychiatrist usually go for treating a certain imbalance so that they can manage the symptoms of their mental illness. Also, there are people who undergo psychiatric treatment to treat side effects of any other condition. For instance, people suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome might need psychiatric treatment for combating anxiety.

3. Psychiatric treatment has no room for behavioural or talk therapy

Contrary to this belief, behavioural therapy and talk therapies are among the most effective methods employed by the psychiatrists.

4. People with mental illness never recover

Though there are cases where people with a certain mental condition need to undergo lifelong treatment but this is just in a few cases.  Most of the mental conditions are curable. The psychiatrists mainly look for mental imbalances and once these imbalances are corrected, the patient is cured.

5. Psychiatric drugs affect your personality

Any medication can have negative effects when they are misused. People usually view such changes in a negative light. However, the truth is, psychiatric drugs treat a certain mental condition and help patients. For instance, a person suffering from depression feels positive after using psychiatric medication. It makes them free from self-destructive thoughts and brings a positive change.

Hopefully, these points will help eliminate the misconceptions. If you are looking for psychiatric treatment Kolkata, then contact us.

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