Blog Posts - Grief
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Widows often ask "How long will it take to heal from grief?" The expectation is one day you will simply feel better but grief heals by degrees over time.
Everyone experiences grief differently. Your experience IS different than someone else& Allow yourself to be different.
When grieving, ideally you can lean on friends and family for support. If that's not an option, search for a community/group to find the support you need.
Regret is one of many ingredients in "grief-stew". Dealing with regrets after the loss of your loved one is difficult but necessary in the healing process.
Shock. Disbelief. Numbness. This isn’t real. Can’t sleep. Can’t eat. Paralyzed. Going through the motions. Simply no idea of what the next step is. All of
When tragedy first strikes, there seems to be a disconnect between our physical selves and our emotional selves. Terri noticed this within days after Jon’
Grief can be paralyzing. If you're find yourself not knowing what to do each day, ask yourself "What is the ONE thing I need to ATTEND to right now?".
Grieving people usually live in two worlds - the world of LOSS and the world of RESTORATION. Learning to recognize and move between them will help you heal.
Writers - stay motivated to write!
If I reflect on my life, I see a pattern. I have often, and in many different ways, created groups, programs and resources for people following in my foots
Jane came into my office having said goodbye to her husband two years ago. Her son accompanied her to her first session. Her son explained that Dad had di