“There are losses that rearrange the world. Deaths that change the way you see everything. Grief that tears everything down. Pain that transports you to an entirely different universe, even while everyone else thinks nothing has really changed.” – Megan Devine
Grief and loss come in a multitude of forms. It may be the death of a person you have loved. The end of a meaningful relationship, for you. The loss of a job or the end of a career. A tragic accident or receiving shocking news.
Whatever kind of loss you are grieving for right now, it can help to be real and to process how you feel.
The questions below might help you with this:
1. What losses am I grieving? Who am I grieving for?
2. What is the most difficult time of day, for me?
3. Where in my body do I hold the…
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