Grief. Loss.

Updated: Sep 7

Coping with the loss of someone or something you love is one of life’s biggest challenges.


{ My mother passed away suddently around July 3, 2022. }


Some may associate grieving with the death of a loved one—which is often the cause of the most intense type of grief—but any loss can cause grief, including:



  1. Divorce or relationship breakup

  2. Loss of health

  3. Losing a job

  4. Loss of financial stability

  5. A miscarriage

  6. Retirement

  7. Death of a pet

  8. Loss of a cherished dream

  9. A loved one’s serious illness

  10. Loss of a friendship

  11. Loss of safety after a trauma

  12. Selling the family home


Holding space for allll forms of loss.... You deserve space to ebb and flow in the feelings and emotions of YOUR loss and grief.


You do not have to hold on to grief to remember ....

You will not lose the significance of the loss by allowing the grief to flow and be released...

You do not hold on to what or who was lost by holdling tight to grief.


It is okay to grive your OWN way and your OWN pace.


REFELCT


1. How do you balance grief and gratitude during these times?

2. How does grief feel today in comparison to it initially?

3. What has shown to be most important to you during moments of grief emotions?




I am glad you are here.

You matter.

Your grief matters.

And you are allowed to grieve in ways that may not "look like " grief.



-Kendra


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