Dealing with grief

There are so many different facets to overcoming grief. It doesn’t matter whether you have just lost someone or if it was years and years ago.

At first everything seems at a loss. You may feel empty. You may feel like a huge piece of you is missing. You may just want to pull the sheets over your head. And that’s okay. Its also totally okay to not be okay!
Eventually you get to the point when you realise: You will get through this! You might even get fed up a bit with the crying, the lump in your throat… Whenever that is, is the right time to give me a call. (07) 5373 8566

There may be an unconscious part that still wants to hang on. Because at least it means there still is a connection… Unfortunately though most people I work with don’t actually remember all the good and the happy times they had with the other person. They often have to think hard in order to remember the happy memories. Wouldn’t you want to be able to have access to more of the good memories? Even just spontaneously?

I get it. At the moment it may seems that you can only keep the love and the feeling of connection through the grief… And you want to be able to remember even more and maybe you are afraid that getting rid of the excruciating pain might mean that you haven’t loved enough. Even though you know that that is not true at all!

Remember that childhood friend? Even though you have no idea where they are but when you remember how you used to climb trees or play tag or dress up together it just puts a smile on your face and gives you a good feeling…?

Would you want to remember your loved one in that way too?

So call (07) 5373 8566 now to book your first appointment.

I have also helped many people overcome their grief of the loss of their beloved pet. Because they are family too. Some people also tell me that losing their pet was more difficult than losing a sibling or a parent. Our animals are special. They are always forgiving, always loving and always sooo excited to see you coming home…

I even had people come to see me because they had put on lots of weight or thought they had an alcohol or smoking problem. Once we started the session it very quickly became obvious that they were suffering from grief.

Imagine being able to live again. And yes grieving can take time. But it doesn’t have to. Recovering from grief is so important, it helps build your resilience. And no, the tears won’t go away fully but they can be a lot less and you can function a lot better than what you currently do. And we can speed the whole process up by working with your unconscious processes.

Please call now. Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Peregian Beach & Birtinya (07) 5373 8566.

I promise: You will get through this!