Welcome back to the devastating miss of grief and how to combat them. Hi, I'm Diane carbo and I'm an RN care manager and the owner of caregiver relief.com. If you are viewing this, you may be in the midst of the most painful experiences in your life. No one can know the depths of your pain. Loss and grief are one of the most trying experiences.
Any human can possibly endure. I know because I lost my mother at the age of 18 years old. And most recently I lost my oldest son, a disabled vet to suicide. He was 35 years old if you were here because you've experienced the painful loss of a loved one. I would first like to say, I am so very sorry for your loss.
During my healing journey. I did some work with a coach, Fiona living well, who also lost her 17 year old daughter to a traumatic car accident. After working with Fiona and feeling the benefits of her very powerful course, we decided to collaborate and support others who were also suffering. And this is how the afterlife grief recovery program was created.
We have both been where you've been and want to help you to a healthy resolution to your grief. The thirst, the first thing I would like to share with you is there is absolutely no right or wrong way to grieve, but there are techniques and strategies you can use to make your grief journey more bearable and reach a healthy, successful resolution.
Grief is a form of love. It is the pent-up love you can no longer give or share; and it is the loss of the love you can no longer receive.
If you were a person that is heartbroken from the loss of a loved one or a person that is bewildered by the thoughts and strong emotions you were experiencing or feeling lost and alone, and wondering how in the world you're going to survive these complicated feelings, or if you're a person who's just tired of feeling paralyzed and stuck in complicated.
Understand that grieving from recovering from grief is a very long and painful process, but there will be brighter days ahead for you. I promise. Let us see how we can help you find them. You will start to blossom into a new, you do not expect to return to your old self. You were evolving into a new self, and as you can see here, life just is not the same.
This confusing mix of sadness, anger, joy, and guilt is completely normal after the death of a loved one. It even has a name: Grief.
It will never be the same, the impact of loss and grief indoors. There is no closure, not in the true sense of the word. And that is because when we love and we lose that person that we had the relationship with is still very much a part of our lives. They are an intrical part of who you are.
Remember that after a death love and loss, go hand in hand, close your on one would mean closure on the other love is a giving force in our world that we simply cannot live without your new self will develop new attitudes towards life, towards death, towards spirituality and towards your own life's meaning and purpose.
What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes part of us. – Helen Keller
You may find that others have changed, have problems with your changes. Explain to them that change is a natural part of living. There is life after loss grief. Recovery starts with the after.
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There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unspeakable love. – Washington Irving
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