I would even know where to begin until I knew what "these feelings" were and what they were about.
Some feelings make up their own minds about us, and we need to talk with them to find out what they're about and what they want. Sometimes feelings simply hang around because we're not doing something else, like visiting an occasional bookstore or doing the laundry and dishes. Some feelings need to find what their proper proportion is in relation to other thoughts and feelings in our lives, like the feelings of loss following the break up with a close friend, which are difficult to evaluate until we have the experience of having other close friends to compare them to, or have had other more or less important losses to compare them to.
Wer need more information out here to give you better advice, and you need to do some thinking about this sort of thing so that you can talk to yourself about what the actual situation is that you're dealing with may be. Have you lost your father, have you lost your pet, have you lost your best friend for life, your wife, somebody you've known insensely for five years, five months, fifty years, five minutes. Each loss is real and important, each needs a different sort of serious consideration, each needs your humor mobilized differently, each needs you to go about things differently.
And you, being unique, will need to think about each situation uniquely.