While grieving a loss is an inevitable part of life, there are ways to help cope with the pain, come to terms with your grief, and eventually, find a way to pick up the pieces and move on with your life.
Although grief is described in phases or stages, it may feel more like a roller coaster, with ups and downs. This can make it hard for the bereaved person to feel any sense of progress in dealing with the loss. A person may feel better for a while, only to become sad again. Sometimes, people wonder how long the grieving process will last, and when they can expect some relief.
Don't let your life pass you by,weep not for the memories
Advanced Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
I teach grievers the tools they need to move through their grief and allow you to let go of the pain so you can access the memories without fear of feeling overwhelmed.
SUCCESS!!!! I was able to enjoy the holidays this year for the first time in many - if ever! This was probably the hardest experience since living through the original events but Bethann made it manageable and motivated me to keep going. I am 100% forever grateful for her compassion. She has given me a new beginning. I recommend Bethann to anyone and everyone who will listen! This has been a life changing experience
While I am still sad and missing my daughter, I am no longer beating myself up with "what if's".
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I have a BA in Psychology, and I have worked with therapists personally a few times in my adult life, but this was very different than anything I have done before. The combination of the book, the homework, and the 1 on 1, Just Work!!