Grief and Loss
Have you lost a partner, parent or child to accidental death, suicide, or a terminal illness?
Does your heart feel shattered by a relationship breakup?
Do you find yourself depressed or lost because of an unrealized dream, vision, or hope? Has loss of a job left you hopeless and without purpose?
Do you feel that you lost your childhood or innocence due to physical, emotional, or sexual abuse or trauma?
Do you experience depression, anger/aggression, feelings of betrayal, confusion/overwhelming, hypersensitivity and anxiety, lifestyle disruption, or isolation in your life today?
Grief has no time line. Your loss may be recent or long standing. Your grief may be constant or intermittent.
Each person has their own particular way of grieving. Because our culture doesn’t honor this, it is easy to become isolated by grief.
Living with the overwhelming feelings that grieving produces can leave you lost and drained. Dealing safely with these feelings within a supportive framework can make them more manageable.
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