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Are you struggling to find someone to talk to who understands? Support groups are ideal for anyone who feels they are lacking authentic support, and wants to meet others who can relate to what they're going through.
If you're looking for more individual support, scheduling a session with a Grief Coach can allow time and opportunity to explore your unique loss and challenges. Sessions are done via zoom or over the phone.
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Communication. It is the foundation of every relationship and every interaction we have – and we all know it. Good communication leads to connection, along with a better understanding of ourselves and each other. Bad communication can result in anger, hurt feelings, misunderstandings and fractured relationships.
Guest post by Reid Peterson, Grief Refuge
Anger is a common experience when you’re grieving. It’s intense, uncomfortable, and powerful. You may feel like you can be angry at many different people, for many different reasons. You may be angry at your loved one for dying in the first place.
Perfectionists. People Pleasers. Some will immediately relate to these labels, and some maybe not so much. Yet most people I work with exhibit at least some of these traits, whether they are consciously aware of it or not. For the perfectionists, it may come as an almost badge of honor.
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