You will encounter grief and loss though out your life. I walk with you on your journey though your grief. Most of us aren’t taught about what grief is either by our parents or schools. We learn how to grieve by watching our parents or care givers as children and images offered to us by the media of others mourning.
You may have found that others are afraid to talk to you about your loss and some people may even avoid you. This may make you feel lonely and unsupported. As a grief coach I help you to express what you are feeling in a safe space. A space where you can mourn openly and explore all of the conflicting emotions are a boiling within you.
Grief and mourning are not the same thing. Grief is your inner world, your inner expression of your loss. You can only gain healing though mourning, which is your outer expression of your loss.
Everyone mourns differently, you may feel angry, depressed or relived along with a multitude or other emotions. You may find yourself suddenly crying, shouting wanting to hide away. These are all normal reactions to your loss.
I will support you to actively mourn and explore your feelings. It’s a hard path and you don’t need to walk it alone.