Break Through the Pain of Unresolved Grief
Are you feeling grief, sorrow, sadness, heartache, unhappiness and other emotional pain caused by a traumatic event that has occurred in your life?
I’m so glad you’re here. It takes real courage to seek a pathway that will lead you to becoming whole again.
Grief is a normal and natural reaction to loss of ANY kind. It can be caused by many things, yet you may feel embarrassed or ashamed of your feelings and it may be causing you to cover-up your emotional responses to the loss.
Common causes of grief…
- The death of someone you loved or cared about
- A messy or unwanted divorce
- Difficult or painful relationship with a spouse… live-in partner… parent… sibling… friend
- Loss of or change in a job
- Financial loss
- Broken dreams
- Health or physical challenges
- A serious accident
- Recent move to a new city/country
Of course, this is only a partial list of possible losses that may be haunting you. If you have suffered any loss, no matter the cause, you are likely feeling all sorts of negative emotions and in need of support.
Those around you really don’t understand what you’re going through and there’s a strong possibility they have served up a lot of useless platitudes.
Do any of these sound familiar?
- “You have to bury sad feelings.”
- “Time heals all wounds.”
- “You should be strong for others.”
- “You have to keep busy.”
- “Life goes on.”
- “It was God’s will.”
Though likely offered with good intentions, the last thing you want to hear when you’re hurting are hackneyed comments like this.
You are strong and don’t want to appear vulnerable or be seen as an emotional wreck. You’re simply struggling with the loss of something or someone you cared about.
All the same, unresolved grief from loss can easily lead to negative, even destructive, thoughts and behaviors and snowball into something much bigger than it needs to be.
You may have even come to believe that there is something wrong with you — that you are damaged or defective, but…
…you are simply responding as a normal human being.
When a painful event strikes, most of us don’t have a clue how to handle all the grief or how to recover from your loss. In fact, you may be completely surprised at the pain it caused.
Regrettably, it’s unlikely you’ve ever been taught how to handle grief.
You may have spent… continue to spend… far too much time and energy covering up your painful feelings to avoid appearing vulnerable, tragic or weak.
Here’s the reality…
…Pretending you’re okay won’t make you feel better. It only adds to your suffering. And it doesn’t have to be like this.
Seeking help can be amazingly healing. It can empower you to close the painful chapter you’re living right now and open a new one filled with hope, light and new beginnings.
“There is comfort in knowing that
you don’t have to pretend anymore,
that you are going to do everything
within your power to heal.”
– Ellen Bass
Some things for you to consider…
- What’s the biggest challenge(s) you’re facing right now?
- How does your loss make you feel?
- What is your grief costing you?
- What is it you really want more than anything?
- How will that feel?
- What will that mean to you and your family?
- What do you think is standing in your way of achieving this?
I can provide a ton of value for you and help you with this through a coaching program that will help you break through the pain and go deep into healing — one that fits your situation perfectly.
Because you’re here and have come this far, I believe you want help. If you’re truly committed to moving forward with your life—or even if you’re a little doubtful — you can begin your healing journey today.
Some of the emotions discussed here are natural, normal responses to a terrible experience, and in order to break through the pain you’re living right now, I believe one-on-one guidance and accountability is imperative.
I don’t want to see you continue to suffer on your own without the necessary support to help you achieve the healing you want and need. I wish I could wave a magic wand to take away your pain, but, as you know, there is no magic or quick fix to this.
You can decide to step out of the dark place you’re in now, but unless you have a path to follow that leads you into the light where you’ll find the healing you so desperately desire — you will likely continue to suffer as you are suffering now.
You are not alone. With gentle guidance, commitment and focus, your burden will begin to lift and you will find your light… your magic… your mojo!
“The wound is the
place where the
Light enters you.”
I’d Love to Talk with You
Why Not Schedule
Call With Me?
Before deciding whether or not we might work together, I think it’s important to start with a brief call where you and I can talk about your loss, your feelings about it and what you would like your life to look like now. You need not fear feeling vulnerable, embarrassed or ashamed because I will listen without judgement. My role is to walk alongside you in your journey and allow you space to recover.
There are no strings attached — you have nothing to lose and everything to GAIN.