How to Ease the Emotional Stress Involved with the Move

Published on Monday, 18 October 2010

How to Ease the Emotional Stress Involved with the Move When the move is due to a loss of a loved one either because of death or divorces a lot of emotional baggage is a part of the move. This makes the move even harder to do. In this case, you don't really have to be strict about the move. What's more important is that you are able to comfort yourself while trying to accomplish the move.   For instance, since you are already emotionally drained you may opt to pack everything and put them in storage for a while especially if you don't have your own place. But if you want to accomplish more during the move, you can ask the help of a friend, a relative or neighbor. Since they are more emotionally removed they will be able to pack the things. You don't have to decide on anything if you are not ready. Again, you can store some things if you are not yet able to decide.   If the reason for the move is divorce, you don't really have to discard things out of spite. While some things hold bad memories you don't have to throw them away. You could instead donate them so others can use them. Better yet, you can sell them so you can have some extra cash and replace the items instead.