Sometimes we just need someone to listen without judgment, without interruption, without offering advice.

Grief and Loss Counseling

You want to take steps towards helping yourself but you feel stuck.

You want to feel happy, to breathe without the weight on your chest and to accomplish the goals you have set out for yourself. Imagine feeling connected to yourself and to others without all the other pressures.

The Process of Recovering from Grief

Everyone grieves in their own way and in their own time. Some people recover from grief and resume normal activities within six months, though they continue to feel moments of sadness. Others may feel better after about a year, and sometimes people continue to grieve for years without seeming to improve or find relief even temporarily. Grief can be complicated by other conditions, most notably depression, or by the person’s level of dependency on the departed.

No one way of grieving is better than any other. Some people are more emotional and dive into their feelings; others are stoic and may seek distraction from dwelling on an unchangeable fact of living. While many difficult and complicated emotions are associated with the grieving process, experiences of joy, contentment, and humor are not absent during this difficult time. Self-compassion, physical exercise, and strong social support can all contribute to alleviating some of the most challenging aspects of grief. 

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