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GRIEVING AND LONELINESS
When you suffer a loss, everything can change. What used to be so simple and straight forward, suddenly becomes too difficult. Even routine decisions become huge, everything seems to be too much.
You will likely go through the stages of grief such as the shock, denial, depression, guilt, anxiety and anger but you may not really understand them. You could find yourself talking about your loss all the time or you might be suffering in silence. Conflicting feelings can leave you feeling exhausted.
These kind of emotional reactions are natural, normal and very much to be expected.
To help you cope, it is important to find someone who can sit with you as you adapt to life after your loss. A person who understands what is happening can help you make some sense of how you are feeling. When you talk to me, I will listen and help you to experience the pain of the loss, in a safe place, at a manageable pace. And then, drawing on your own strengths, you will gradually assume a level of living that’s OK for you.
This is not easy but it is possible. I am here. HERE is HOPE.