On Saturday at 11:30 am Tammy Adams will speak about the Grief Process. Holiday Inn Cambridge
Have you ever lost a job, gone through a divorce, relocated, experienced a major financial change, or had someone close to you die? Are you aware, due to these experiences, you may have experienced grief? Can you identify what grief may have taken from you?
If you have ever experienced an emotional loss of any kind, there is a very good chance you have experienced grief. In many Western cultures, our minds are conditioned to believe grief applies only to death or divorce. For that reason, many do not understand there are other causes of grief, what grief can take away from them, and how it can negatively impact an individual’s ability to enjoy life and their capacity for happiness – as the complete person they were, before the event happened.
Many individuals, who have not experienced the death of a loved one, can overlook their buried emotions, their grief. They can be unaware the completion of any unfinished business could be hindering them from recovering from the pain of their altered life situations or loss. Furthermore, they may not be aware that by discovering stored emotions and applying four, specific steps they may have the ability to reclaim their happiness.
Awareness is the first step. Having a clear definition of the word grief allows you to be aware you even have hidden grief. Understanding there are over 40 possible reasons to experience grief and knowing perhaps the reason you are feeling so tired or unresponsive could be the result of one or more of these events. Finally accessing these correct tools and information allows you to not only discover but accept and complete any unfinished business.