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We cannot have the life we desire if we are grieving a loss, especially when you have not adequately grieved. No one ever said life is comfortable, a piece of cake, easy as pie. No. Life is challenging, and sometimes very difficult. We all have experienced loss of some kind. Now, what do we do about it? How do we get beyond it?
Unlike counselling, coaching empowers you to look to the present moment and future rather than just focusing on the past. It allows you to focus on the process of dealing with loss and any new responsibilities you may face, such as parenting or financial matters, that requires attention.
Together we work through the grieving process one step at a time. My focus is simply your support you and assist you with plans of action to help you return back to life and start living. As a certified breavement coach, I have the knowledge and experience to help you move forward with a new outlook, awarness and a sense of graditude. You’ll be able to return to life with purpose, resilence and positive uplifting memories.
Grief is not a problem to be solved or resolved. Rather, it’s a process to be lived through in whatever form and amount of time it may take.
Grief is how we respond when we experience loss. Grief is a normal, natural and inevitable response to loss and it can affect every part of our lives. Grief can seem like a roller-coaster ride with ups and downs, or it may feel like we are being battered about like a little boat in a storm. Sometimes it can seem overwhelming and frightening.
Grief allows us to gradually adjust to our loss and find a way of going on with our life without the person who has died or seperated from us.
Everyone experiences grief in their own way. There is no ‘correct’ way to grieve, and no way to ‘fix it’.
What does grief feel like?
Feelings – We may experience intense feelings such as shock, chaos, sadness, anger, anxiety, disbelief, panic, relief, or even numbness.Some people are fearful as they are adjusting to a loss that they may forget or lose connection with the person who has died, or may even feel disloyal.
Thoughts – We may experience confusion and find it difficult to concentrate. It is not unusual for people to have ‘extraordinary experiences’ such as dreams of the person who has died or to have a sense of their presence. Mostly these are comforting and help us feel close to the person who has died. We may think we will never get over this, or that we are going crazy. We may think that it is all too hard and wish we were with the person who has died. This is an expression of our pain and sadness.
Physical reactions – Sometimes we may have trouble sleeping. Grief can also lead to physical symptoms such as tiredness, loss of appetite, nausea or pain. If these symptoms persist, check with your doctor to exclude other causes.
Relationships – Relationships can be affected. Sometimes we will be preoccupied or tense, or feel disinterested in other people and things.
Behaviours – We may experience lethargy or over- activity, pay little attention to self-care, sleep a lot, desire to resort to alcohol or non-prescribed drugs and other potentially harmful behaviours.
Beliefs – Our beliefs about life may be challenged. Often grieving people wonder why this has happened to them.
- Every session is uniquely planned out for you!
- Unique exercises, worksheets and activities!
- Interactive Planning & Consulting
- Access to special and private Facebook Page
- Additional email support even after your program has ended*
Take Your Time
Know that it’s okay to grieve. It’s okay to cry. You are free to take your time.
Take Moments to Breath
Breathing is a great way to help you calm your mind. During moments of loss, our memories are flooded with pictures and imagery which can trigger emotions.
Take Moments in Stillness
Allowing your self to be still physically and mentally is another excellent way to cope with grieving stress.
You Are Not Alone
You are guided through your emotions through the grace of God. You are never alone. Allow the Divine to assist you in carrying those burdens. It will help with your overall process of healing from the loss.