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Grief and loss can cause an array of emotions.

'We don't always move on,
but, we can move forward.'

So often grief brings fear that you will forget the person you have lost from your life.

It can bring up strange feelings such as anger, denial, guilt, stress and shame.

It is more usually seen with a death or life-changing illness, but it can be just as profound when it is the end of a relationship for whatever reason. Especially if you are the wronged party and find yourself seeking answers or questioning why you were not enough.

Loss can be expected, or it can be sudden and a shock. Neither is easier than the other. Often people begin to grieve throughout a person's illness - before the death. There is no right or wrong.We all process things differently.

The feelings of unfinished business, words unsaid, questions that can now never be asked, can leave a huge hole in the lives of those left behind. 

Grief is a terribly hard, and a sad inevitability of love and life.


A loss through suicide is even more complex, in that there leaves behind a sense of guilt - could I have done more? Why did I not notice? Is this to punish me? There can be a sense of blame, and there is - sadly- still in many communities, a stigma attached. 

Grief is something people tend not to discuss, leaving the person who suffers the loss,

feeling more isolated and alone.  Working through these feelings in a safe, understanding environment can help to relieve the intensity  of these emotions making life that much easier to bear.


Sadly however, grief is something we do sadly have go through.

The specialised BLAST technique can help you cope and adapt to new or old grief. 

If you are struggling with a loss,  contact me now for help.

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