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Grief is a Universal Experience.

Updated: Mar 6





Hey there, friends!


Today, let's talk about healing from grief. Grief is a universal experience, but everyone processes it differently. For myself grief took me to places of darkness and sadness that made me feel so stuck especially during the pandemic. If you're struggling with grief, it's important to know that there are many strategies, methods and techniques to help you cope, heal and come to terms with your grief.


Here are a few that might be helpful:

  1. Talk therapy: Talking about your experience can help tremendously in helping to deal with the emotions of the grief. Talking to someone that understands either a friend or a professional depending on your needs. Developing coping strategies is important to help you with your pain and issues.

  2. Mindfulness: Practicing mindfulness techniques, such as meditation or deep breathing exercises, can help calm the mind and reduce anxiety and stress.

  3. Art therapy: Engaging in creative activities, such as drawing, painting, or writing, can provide an outlet for emotions and promote healing.

  4. Support groups: Joining a grief support group -Facebook- Grief after the loss of a loved one. This group can provide a sense of community and understanding from others who are also experiencing loss.

  5. Exercise: Physical activity, going to nature walking or running, yoga, or swimming, can release endorphins and improve overall well-being.

  6. Self-care: Taking care of yourself, such as getting enough sleep, eating well, and engaging in activities that bring joy, can help with the healing process.

Remember, healing from grief is a journey, and it's okay to take your time.

Be patient and compassionate with yourself, and know that you're not alone.


If you or someone you know is struggling with grief, reach out at lrwellness.net and get supports and resources to help come to terms with grief.


Take care, friends!


Lise.

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