Grief and Loss
Most people grieve when they lose something or someone important to them – but sometimes it is appropriate to seek professional help.
People react in different ways to loss. Anxiety and helplessness often come first. Anger is also common, including feeling angry at someone who has died for "leaving you behind". Sadness often comes later.
The way grief affects you depends on lots of things. The NHS guidance is that you should seek help if any of the following apply to you:• you don't feel able to cope with overwhelming emotions or daily life • the intense emotions aren't subsiding • you're not sleeping • you have symptoms of depression or anxiety • your relationships are suffering • you're having sexual problems • you're becoming accident prone • you're caring for someone who isn't coping well
Truly thankful for allowing me to pour out all that has been held back and to start loving myself without self-doubt.
Historically, people suffering with physical pain have been far more likely to seek help than those experiencing mental or emotional pain. However, we believe that your mental health is just as important as your physical health.
We believe that you carry within you (within your subconscious) all the resources you need to help you properly process your grief – but you may benefit from some expert assistance to help you get in touch with those inner resources.
Contact Steve today – he's here to help you.