Bereavement, grief and loss are something we all experience at some point in our lives. How we navigate and understand that loss is unique to each of us.
Grief is a natural process but sometimes we can get stuck, overwhelmed. Sometimes it just feels different. Why am I so sad this time? Why am I not sad this time? Losing someone close can be incredibly painful and confusing. It can bring up so many questions and confusing emotions.
Having spent a number of years working for a Bereavement service I can help you navigate this difficult time. I understand the unique challenges this can bring up. That every loss is different. There is no right way to grieve, I can help you find your way.
We can experience grief at many points in our lives:
The death of someone close
The breakdown of a relationship or the beginning of a new one
Leaving or starting a job
The end of school, college, university
Becoming an adult, parent, sibling, carer
Moving to a different house, home, city or country
Any major life event
The process of grief can bring up many considerations:
An examining of your life
Questioning what is truly important to you, what you want from life and what gives your life meaning
Relationships, to those gone, to those still here, and to yourself
What to do now?
If you have any questions or would like to know more please get in touch