Our expert says:
Yes, death is never easy to handle, even when the people were not especially close to you. And sudden, unexpected ones can be harder. I understand the feeling that "If we might die tiomorrow, why bother about healthy diets, etc, today ?" But the twin question is ---"Suppose I DON'T die tomorow, and live much longer than maybe I expect --- it'll then be very well worth having looked after myself well earlier on. " Its a sort of investment, and insurance. As George Burns the comedian said when he reached his 80's "If I'd known I would live this long, I'd have taken much better cae of myself:.
I think youre still reacting to these sudden sad deaths, and will work through this . UIf you get stuck in the process, counselling would help, but give yourself more time.
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