Are you suffering
A participant shares how The Grief Recovery Method® helped her.
Grief is the normal and natural emotional response to loss, but most of the information we’ve learned about dealing with loss isn't helpful. Effective grief recovery must deal with your broken heart, which requires emotional support instead of platitudes and intellectual explanations about the way it is or what is "best."
Often people offer unsolicited advice. They may say you have to let go and move on with your life, but they don’t tell you how. Most often they offer unhelpful common myths about grief, including:
• Time heals all wounds
• Replace the loss
• Grieve alone
• Be strong
• Don't feel bad
• Keep busy
The Grief Recovery Method®, developed and refined over the past 30 years, teaches the griever how to recover from loss with supportive guidance every step of the way. The action-based process is detailed in The Grief Recovery Handbook.
The Grief Recovery Method® is for anyone who has experienced any kind of loss. It is never too soon to address your grief. If you broke your leg would you wait to call the doctor? Why wait to get help when you break your heart?
You’ve probably heard that time heals all wounds. That's simply not true! If it were true, all anyone would have to do is wait to feel better. Some people wait years and even decades, and still don’t feel better. Many of those people would tell you that not only had time not healed them, but it actually made the pain worse.
It’s not time that heals. It's what you do within time. The Grief Recovery Method® includes actions that will heal your broken heart. CONTACT ME if you are in the Twin Cities, Minnesota, area and would like to know more about The Grief Recovery Method®. You may also visit www.griefrecoverymethod.com for more information or to find a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist near you.
For tips about the grief experience and how to help people through it, click the button below to request a free copy of the Guide for Loss E-Book: 61 Tips on the Experience of Grief and How to Help People Through It.