Death is nearly always accompanied with questions.
Whether we are facing our own death or the death of someone we love, we seek for answers. But people seek answers differently.
Some people ask for guidance, attend counseling sessions, go to bible studies, or seek support groups that would help them cope with a loss of someone.
All change that exists within the mind causes stress and most people at some stage try to avoid the pain of grief.
They may search for a substitute for the relation that is lost, like if a woman lost a husband, they may marry again quickly, or adopt another child in place of the one they lost.
But other people who can not cope with grief and who wants to avoid the pain turns into addiction.
Defining an addiction is tricky, and knowing how to handle one is even harder.
An addiction is said to be an uncontrollable compulsion which provides temporary relief from “inner pain.”
Addiction means a person has no control over whether he or she uses. Addiction can be physical, psychological, or both.