Grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss. Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or change in a familiar pattern of behavior.
I recently asked an adult peer support group to define grief. Their answers were at times eloquent, and at times the stating of raw emotion. They talked about how grief feels in their bodies, and of how it affects the mind. But no one really understood or could express what caused those feelings.
Grief is the feeling of reaching out for someone who’s always been there for you, only to discover when you need them one more time, they are no longer there.
The quotes above come from the “Grief Recovery Handbook”, the basis for the Grief Recovery Method (GRM). When I wrote about Fog Busting last week, Lois Hall left a comment about the Grief Recovery Method: “I believe the Grief Recovery Method is that next…
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