As human beings, we all experience grief at some point in our life - relationships end, jobs change, people relocate, pets pass away, and we lose loved ones.
Grief is everywhere for all of us - yet our society does a poor job allowing people to grieve.
I want you to hear that it is ok to grieve and it is normal to struggle with how to continue living your life while dealing with grief.
Grief hurts. Grief is overwhelming. Grief is confusing. Grief is much more than the 5 stages you may have heard about (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance).
Allow yourself to feel your feelings and be kind to yourself.
If you are struggling with grief right now, what is one thing you can do this week to allow yourself to feel your feelings?
Can you write about your loss?
Can you talk about your loss with someone?
Can you spend some time someplace that makes you feel connected to the person or thing you
How can you be kind to yourself as you grieve?
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Grief is everywhere for all of us - yet our society does a poor job allowing people to grieve. It is ok to grieve and it is normal to struggle with how to continue living your life while dealing with grief.