The emotional reaction of grief is no longer considered a mental health disorder.

Not because it’s not problematic, but because it’s normal. We’re supposed to feel that way when someone or something important is taken away from us. 

The feeling can be devastating and can create insomnia, loss of identity, a feeling of isolation, hopelessness, anxiety, and depression. 

See my own personal story with grief under the "About" section > "My Story"

How is grief treated?

By fully embracing the multitude of emotions that are often present the during grief process.

By allowing what's true for us, we can sequence our way out – eventually coming to a place of peace and acceptance. 

Grief can be deep, challenging, and beautiful journey, much like birth.

It can challenge our old paradigms, and bring us closer to the meaning most important to our lives. 

Do you have the support you need on this journey?

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