Bereavement and grief aren’t light-hearted topics. Bereavement refers to the process of recovering from the death of a loved one, and grief is a reaction for any form of loss. Both encompass a wide range of emotions such as fear, anger and deep, deep sadness.
The process of adapting to a loss can dramatically change from person to person, depending on his or her background, beliefs, relationship to the person who’s passed, and other factors.
Common Symptoms of Grief:
- Crying and sighing
- Loss of appetite
- Difficulty sleeping
- Feelings of sadness and yearning
- Feelings of worry or anger
- Feelings of frustration or guilt
- Feeling detached from others
- Self-isolation from social contact
- Behaving in ways that are not normal for you
Life never asks for permission before ripping us out of our comfort zones, functional or not, to then force us to face the inevitable reality of death!
In the blink of an eye, life how we have known it changes forever!
No matter how prepared we think we are…we are never fully prepared for this moment!
Loss has the tendency to expose all our weak spots whether we like it our not!
How would you like to be able learn how to…
- Feel peace, comfort and support while working through your grief instead of constantly fighting off anxiety, overwhelm and worry every day?
- Free yourself from helplessness, pain, anger, self-blame or regret and finally feel a huge weight lifted off your shoulders?
- Tap into the strength needed to create hope, healing, joy and resilience after your loss, even if that seems like an unattainable goal right now?
“We all have within us everything we need to live a happy, healthy and productive life!”
~ Cathy Bermudez Alvarez
While working together, you can also learn to…
- Rebuild lost energy in order to be present in your life and interact with your kids, spouse, family and friends instead of continuously brushing them off or watching them live life from the side lines without you.
- Reconnect with activities you love instead of being overwhelmed with never ending responsibilities and life sucking daily routines at home and work.