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What is Grief?

Grief is a culmination of emotions. We might experience it as stress, anxiety, depression, fear, loss, devastation, etc.

Grief can be expressed as sadness, anger, guilt, and confusion as a natural response to our loss. It can manifest physically, emotionally, and socially and affects everyone differently.

However you grieve is perfect for you. It’s only when we get into a never-ending cycle that stops us from fully living our lives that we may need help to resolve our grief.

Ending grief is never about letting our loved ones go but is more of a way of honouring their memory while continuing to live full and well lives.


How Grief Impacts You

Grief washes over you like an all-encompassing pain, permeating your every thought. While grief has a high emotional toll, involving complex emotions, it also impacts you physically. Grief is a whole-body experience. 

Grief, like stress, impacts the digestive system, making it hard to nourish the body. As we grieve, we tend to stop doing the self-care things we once did without thinking.   Over time, we lose the life force and feel depressed and powerless to “snap out of it.” 


The Health implications of Grief

Grief can significantly impact a person’s emotional, physical, and social well-being. It can lead to feelings of sadness, despair, anger, and guilt, as well as physical symptoms such as fatigue, sleep disturbance, and appetite changes.

Long-term grieving can also affect relationships with others, and lead to social isolation or strained interactions with loved ones.


Processing and resolving Grief

We provide a supportive and empathetic environment to express your emotions and feelings so you can process and release them without fear of forgetting your loved one.

This helps you internalise coping skills and strategies to manage your emotions and navigate the grieving process.

We offer techniques such as EFT, mindfulness, relaxation, cognitive restructuring, and practical guidance on self-care and decision-making.

Seeking help for grief can promote healing and facilitate the process of adapting to life after loss. 

Gain a greater sense of clarity, acceptance, and resilience, and move towards a more hopeful and fulfilling future so you can access more supportive emotions such as gratitude, love, peace and even happiness.