With the loss of a loved one, there are certainly an array of emotions one may feel which can include sadness, loneliness, confusion, or even anger. Grieving is an individual process and there is no right or wrong way to experience this journey. There is no set amount of time that feelings “should” be resolved.
It is important to realize that the word loss IS NOT limited to people. Grief is most often a process one goes through following trauma as well. Here are some other possibilities where one may grieve a loss and psychotherapy may be beneficial:
- Childhood when a child is forced by circumstance into an adult role.
- Abrupt changes in one’s own or a family member’s health status.
- Break up of a marriage or significant relationship.
- Changes in financial status.
You don’t have to live forever with grief. Contact Wendy today for help!