Most of us can handle one or two losses in our lives and especially when we have a good strong family or social network of support. For many, chronic grief can begin early in life and take many forms. It is very difficult for small children to lose a close family member, a loving teacher or even a family pet. Except that her mother was not there. One day her mother was there and then the next day she was in the hospital and then she never came home. She could intuitively sense that something was very wrong, but no explanation was given, no comfort offered and this huge family secret began to escalate. As Deborah got older, things became more and more confusing especially when she was shuffled around from one relative to another. Her father, feeling distraught and lonely, left her with her grandparents and went off in search of another woman. So then young Deborah not only lost her mother but her father too. Deborah was left with her grandparents who were also grieving over the loss of their daughter, were quite depressed and not able to cope with the needs of a young child.
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Hypnotherapy for Grieving and Experiencing Grief. Whether the loss is from natural causes, disease or accident the process of grieving can be debilitating for some people. While no one wants to feel the sadness which accompanies the death of a loved one, it is important to understand that it is a process and many people experience it in the following stages. The below stages can also occur for the person who is diagnosed with a terminal illness. For many people the loss of a beloved pet can be devastating and difficult to recover from. It is important to note that one does not have to experience the stages of grief or the overall grieving experience in any particular order.
Overwhelming sadness or grief is a natural emotion when tragedy or the loss of a loved one happens to you. Most of us can relate to a friend losing a sibling, spouse, or parent. When it happens to us personally, it takes on a different dimension. Dealing with our feelings and those close to us can be very difficult. The grieving process has to take its course but if those feelings continue to affect our ability to function some help may be needed. Loss is inevitable and therefore unavoidable. Each of us will eventually lose everyone and everything, including our own bodies. There is a natural emotional response to loss that we call grief, and this is normal and healthy to feel. This healing process then inspires us to move forward with a deeper appreciation for the rich gift that is life. Healthy grief also bestows on us a tender heart of compassion for all beings, because our loss makes us vividly aware of their and our own fragility.