Grief and Loss
Let’s talk about grief and loss. If we’re around long enough, we will all go through some loss. That’s life. Whether it’s a grandparent, parent, child, friend or family pet, we will suffer some form of loss. It can be very devastating emotionally. You may be harboring some feelings of guilt or anger.
Maybe you have guilt because you feel you should have visited more, or been there when they were in need. You might even think it should have been you instead. To validate the individual’s passing, some hold on to the feelings of grief and loss.
- What if the roles were reversed?
- What if, it was me that passed, and my loved ones were left behind?
- Would I want them to be feeling the sadness that I’m feeling now?
- Would I want them to be feeling a hole in their heart? I think not. They don’t want that for you either. You know this to be true.
Now, there is a period for mourning and grief and it’s different for everyone. Too often we focus on the individual’s passing and can not get pass that. However, once you choose to move through the grief we can assist you in releasing the negative emotions and trauma around the loss.