-Stages of Grief is a misconception -There are no stages in grief -Every person grieves different, and it's more of a web or roller coaster -Anger -Depression -Shock -Guilt -Acceptance -So many more emotions to grief -It's up to you to learn to carry your own grief- no one else can do it for you.
This post may contain affiliate links, which means I’ll receive a commission if you purchase through my links, at no extra cost to you. Please read my full disclaimer for more information.Y’all know me….always trying new things in my counseling office!! This week I did a new activity with my grief group kiddos and I think it went really well!! I read about the Grief Self-Exploration House activity on the The Tristesse Grief Center Blog. I changed one or two things but I love th
When we experience death the grief associated with the loss itself is excruciating. There are the obvious things we “expect” (though it is hard to describe anything with grief as expected). In the immediate, the pain of the loss can be all-consuming. But in the weeks and months […]
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Second post in a blog series @Heather LeGuilloux | Mental Health Blogger + Online Therapist on grief & loss explores the definition, causes and symptoms of grief caused by loss. Includes infographic and a video on The Science of Heartbreak.