As happy normal human beings our lives are enriched by those things that make life meaningful – a home, wife or husband, children, friends, a satisfying job, material comforts, money and security. When we suffer the loss of anything important it is vital that we deal with it appropriately in order to enjoy continuing health and happiness. Naturally if the loss is great, the effects are deep, throwing us into grief and despair. Often, because we have little experience of deep loss, we can become more anxious, which drives us into deeper despair and despondency.
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