Grief and Loss

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Loss is a very personal experience, and so is our process of grieving.  Grief can be experienced as sadness, anger, confusion, loneliness or feelings of emptiness or being in a fog.  The loss may be so painful that it feels like your heart has been ripped to pieces.  You may believe that you are living a dream from which you will eventually wake up. The process of grieving can be relatively short for some people, while long and hard for others.

Whether experiencing the loss or death of friends or family members, or loss associated with changes in life circumstances, i.e. the loss of job, a relationship, adjustment may be difficult or scary as one’s sense of identity becomes challenged.  Though people around you may empathize with your loss and try to offer what they consider to be helpful advice or suggestions, you may find yourself mentally and emotionally drained, or overwhelmed, as you try to pick up the pieces of your broken heart and reconnect with life in a meaningful way. You don’t have to go it alone. Let me help you get your life back …