It is OK, to not be OK.

If you have clicked on the link and decided to read this post you have likely experienced a loss. You are likely seeking out something or someone that can help you process the pain of your grief.

If you’ve followed the link to read this post, chances are you’ve encountered a loss. You might be in search of something or someone to help navigate the pain of your grief. Perhaps you have recently lost a loved one and are now at the point in your grief where everyone has gone home. The funeral is finished, the casseroles have been eaten and everyone has returned to life as they knew it before the loss. Everyone, that is, except you.

Ever wondered if what you’re feeling is normal? It’s essential to recognize that everyone’s experience with grief is unique, and there’s no one-size-fits-all template for how it should look. Grief manifests in various physical, emotional, and cognitive ways, and it’s perfectly valid for these expressions to differ from person to person.

Feelings of forgetfulness or difficulty concentrating, numbness, changes in sleep patterns, alterations in eating habits, and a roller coaster of emotions—all of these can be associated with grief. If you catch yourself wishing for a different dynamic with the deceased or regretting unexpressed feelings, know that you’re not alone.

Connecting with one of our grief therapists can provide insights into the diverse ways grief can be experienced. They can also dispel common misconceptions about bereavement and guide you on the journey toward resolution in your relationship with the departed, helping you sidestep the weight of unresolved grief.

Grief can be an isolating journey, and our team is here to offer support. Reach out to us and let’s navigate this path together.



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