Grief and Loss

Loss can bring about grief.

Wade* lost his closest friend three months ago, and the pain of that loss is still with him. Sometimes, he finds it hard to cope with the sadness he feels. Wade’s emotions make it hard to go beyond the loss.

Losing someone you love is never easy to overcome. It can feel like your heart has a big gaping hole in the middle, and you are unsure what to do next. You still cannot believe your loved one is “gone,” and you wish you could turn the clock back to see a loved one’s smile or laugh one last time.

Grieving for that loss can cause you to feel numb and sad, making it difficult to continue with things that once brought you joy and fulfillment.

Sadness can accompany grief, creating the inability to sleep, eat, or maintain a productive lifestyle.

Where do you go from here?

Whether your loss is recent or you’re still struggling several months or years later, we are here to help you process your emotions. Grief is messy, and you will experience and express it differently than someone else.

After losing your loved one, it takes time to create a new identity without the presence of your loved one. The absence of your loved one can feel overwhelming and challenging for so many reasons.

There is no required timeframe that you “should” follow to get over the emotions you feel. The time it takes depends on YOU. After all, your relationship with the one you loved is unique and special. Be patient and kind to yourself.

Moving forward takes time.

But with help, you can get back to your life. With courage and an open heart, you can begin to work through your emotions.

We can help you process your grief to move forward in life. Please get in touch with us, so we can walk with you as you work through the grief you feel.

*Name changed to protect client confidentiality.