Coping with the loss of a loved one or any type of loss is not easy. You might have questions about how to deal with your grief. The first thing to know is that there is no right way to grieve. You don't get over the loss, but you learn how to live without.
You may be feeling a sense of shock and disbelief, or you may be struggling to sleep and eat. You may even feel like you are losing your mind. No matter how you feel, it is important to know that these are normal reactions to grief. There is no wrong way to grieve.
You don't need to go through this alone, and you are not losing your mind for feeling sad or upset. You're going through a normal process of grieving the death of someone who was important in your life. If you'd like some help dealing with the sadness and stress that comes with losing someone, it's best to ask for it from people who understand what you're going through and can offer support.
There is no right way to grieve. The stages of grief have been around since the 1960’s. They are denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, acceptance and finding meaning. Remember, grief is a process and does not have to apply to you. It is just a general framework for understanding how our minds try to cope with loss.
This membership is designed to empower women who need help navigating their journey to healing from any grief by incorporating mindfulness practices. Together as a community, we will work with tools to help you feel grounded and connect with your mind, body, heart, and spirit.
Healing in Community membership is here to help you. I am here to support you during this difficult time. I will do my best to be there for you in a non-judgmental way and understand that not everyone is looking for the same thing from a grief support community.
Healing in Community membership is here to help you. Your membership includes a monthly 60-minute virtual gathering - providing mindfulness activities such as meditation, breath work, occasional guest expert speakers, and live and recorded workshops in the field of holistic healing and mindfulness. You’ll get access to a private community, and a monthly workbook including thought-provoking journaling prompts, affirmations, and resources related to the wellness theme of the month.
To learn more about Healing in Community and get the support you need, click here to join waiting list