Grieving

How To Approach Your Feelings

"I want to just… run away… hide… forever. I just don’t want to face it. Am I supposed to? Because I don't think I can face it.  Stop it. I don’t want to hear it. ... Not now. Not ever." When people ask you: “What is that you miss the most about her?” How do

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5 Myths About Grief

Imagine a slim, glass cup, tipped on its side from the edge of a sharp tabletop bench. Slowly, it sways side to side. Just a little bit. But that little bit was enough for it to begin free falling into the vast space of what seemed empty. It feels effortless, as it dives down, greeted

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Dr Alan Wolfelt: ‘Companioning’ Those In Grieving

20 years ago, Dr Alan Wolfelt had commenced an initiative to create a 'Centre for Loss and Life Transition.' The primary focus of this sanction sought to fulfil his mission to Help People Help Others. What differentiates Dr Alan Wolfelt from other psychotherapists, is his innovative development and application of his ‘companioning’ model on the patients who seek

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5 Stages of Grief

Grief is a natural response to loss. It’s the emotional suffering you feel when something or someone you love is taken away. Your grief might be intense, overwhelming and feel like it will never go away. Everyone grieves differently Grieving is a personal and highly individual experience. There is really no set timeframe for grieving.

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