Three Effective Grief Tools To Use During The Holidays

Holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, and special days always add an extra sense of remembering after a loss. I experienced the loss of my sweetheart last month. To add to that, it’s my father’s birthday, and next month will be the anniversary of his death. The two heroes in my life.

As a grief coach, all this put me in a place of “practicing what I preach.” I’ll share with you a few tools that allowed me to arrive at a place of peace and completion. Please know that it is normal and natural to grieve after a significant loss (from death, divorce, separation, relationship, job, money, etc.). Do not suppress this important step on your grief journey. There is the other side, but the only way to navigate this wilderness of grief is to go through it. Also, know that no one can tell you how to grieve because there is no right or wrong way to grieve, and no one can really know or understand the relationship you shared with your loved one.

Here are three tools that I not only use for my…

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