When loss or bereavement is harder than you thought… Throughout our lives we will all experience loss and bereavement, some losses unfortunately, are harder than others. Loss does not only refer to when a loved one (or not so loved one) passes away, it could be the loss of a significant relationship, employment or identity.… Continue reading Good grief!
Dealing with loss is an essential part of dealing with life, and it’s natural to grieve following any kind of loss, such as the death of someone close, getting divorced or being made redundant. Whilst grief can be deeply painful, it enables you to let go and embrace new beginnings and opportunities. It can also enable you to discover strengths… Continue reading Getting to grips with grief
Losing a beloved person is an extremely touching experience, difficult to articulate in words. The normal reaction to an important loss implies a mix of feelings that can vary from deep sadness to guilt, anger or emptiness. Usually the person experiences the tendency of spending some time by himself/herself in order to cry for the… Continue reading Bereavement – The 5 stages of grief