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One of the biggest misconceptions of grief is that only those who have been bereaved by the loss of a loved one feel it.


This is simply not true.


Grief is an emotional and physical reaction to losing something significant in your life.


You may experience grief in any of the below situations:​

  • A difficult relationship breakdown.

  • Being Childless, click here to know more.

  • Losing a beloved pet.

  • Losing a job, for whatever reason.

  • Going through the Menopause.

  • Empty Next.

  • Loss of identity

  • Loss of Health

  • and many more.

Emotionally you may experience a wide range of emotions from anger and guilt to feeling overwhelmed with sadness and sorrow. These feelings can seemingly come out of nowhere. Surprising you with their suddenness and their strength. Like being hit be a truck you didn’t see coming.


Physically, grief can manifest itself in headaches, loss of appetite, difficulty in concentrating, insomnia, fatigue and exhaustion.


You find yourself struggling to make sense of what has happened. A large part of your life is no longer there, and it has left a huge hole that feels impossible to fill. Adjusting to the reality of your new life or set of circumstances feels overwhelming.  


And the worst part is that you often find yourself having to go through this alone as very often family, friends and work colleagues do not appreciate how difficult it is for you.  We live in a western society that likes to brush uncomfortable feelings and emotions under the carpet.  This is called Disenfranchised Grief, the grief that society says we are not supposed to, or not allowed to feel.

The good news is that you do not have to go through your grief alone.   I am here to walk with you on your journey through this difficult stage in your life to find a way forward into a life that feels meaningful.

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