Grief Your Way

Grief is such a personal experience. Your own grief experience depends on many factors ranging from the type of loss (death, non-death, divorce, empty nest, change in your health or someone else’s) to details surrounding the loss itself. How you experience your loss depends on whether it was sudden or occurred after many months or even years.

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Simple Techniques to Stay Grounded During the Grieving Process

What grief and those who mourn are consistently teaching me is that this uprootedness can call into question things that have seemed part of our solid foundation. Relationships, church, work and even hobbies can feel as if they no longer “fit” with who we are in the present moment. It can seem as if nothing that was of interest is even remotely interesting anymore. It can be hard to stay grounded in an unsteady season of loss.

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