Introduction to Unresolved Grief
Grieving is a natural way of coming to terms with loss, but for some, it can be devastating and the worst pain that we will ever feel. It is our emotional response to our loss, and attempting to ignore or bury the pain will not lessen the overwhelming feelings.
There is no right or wrong way to grieve, but when it impacts upon your life negatively after a year or so, or even after many years, it may be time to ask for professional help; we will need to find new ways of adapting and coping with life after a loss.
The sadness that we feel during a bereavement is not the same as being depressed, but for some people the grief process may lead to depression. As well as the death of a loved one, it may be triggered by the same life events that cause stress and anxiety, for example; the loss of a job, the loss of financial security, the loss of a much-loved pet, the loss of a relationship. In fact, anything that leave us with an emptiness in our life.
What are the signs of Unresolved Grief?
If you are suffering from several of the following symptoms, you may be suffering from unresolved grief:
- eventually, acceptance
How can I treat your Unresolved Grief?
I work in my peaceful therapy room, at my home in Norwich, Norfolk, where I hope you will feel safe and secure enough to be able to talk about issues that are distressing you, and feel at ease sharing your problems with me.
I use various techniques and approaches to help you, for example, counselling skills, NLP, deep relaxation, mindfulness, hypnotherapy, thought field therapy and the Human Givens. I prefer to use a solution-focused, rather than problem-focused approach, which builds on positive feelings rather than reinforcing negative ones. You will find more information about me and the techniques I use on other pages of my website.
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