The closest loved ones who pass away first in most people's lives are their grandparents, parents and relatives of their generations. It's always difficult to lose a beloved aunt or uncle, but the loss of your mother or father may make you feel like you've lost the last elder you can turn to for unconditional love and advice. To your parent, you were forever seen as a child, and it allowed you to keep the little kid inside yourself alive well into your adult years.
Mourning periods differ on a case-by-case basis, but some of the initial feelings that you may experience include guilt, depression and stress. However, there are ways that you can remember your loved ones and go on peacefully once they've passed.
As disheartening as this loss in life can be, it's helpful to remember that those you've been closest to in life never really leave you. Just because they're not earthbound doesn't mean that they have completely left you. Their spirits may be living happily on the other side, and it's possible to connect with them to tackle some of your most difficult issues. Those who were our confidantes on earth are often the spirits most likely to remain close to home and watch over us as our lives continue.
If you're interested in seeking guidance to get past a bump in the road, you should consider contacting telephone psychics who can gain access to the afterlife during a reading. Keep in mind that psychic mediums have different talents, and can connect to the spirit world in various ways. Some individuals may be able to see and speak to spirits directly, while others might only be able to hear those on the other side. Whatever connection is made will bring the contentment of knowing that your closest ones are watching over you still.