Grief and Loss

We’re here to help…

To help you through the most difficult time in life.

It’s too hard to move on…

Right now, you’re sitting alone trying to process these feelings of grief and loss – wondering if you should reach out for counseling or therapy. 

When they first passed everyone was checking in, offering their condolences, seeing what you needed. 

Now, the phone has stopped ringing – and you are left feeling alone and isolated.

“Does anyone care,” you think to yourself, “I’m truly alone in this.” 

Regardless if the death occurred recently or some time ago, it does not take away the pain and difficulty processing this loss.

You continue to ask yourself, “how will I ever move on?” 

Deep down you want to move forward, but unsure what to do or how to take the next step. 

It’s possible you’ve found unhealthy ways to cope and manage your grief but realize that it’s not serving your higher self. 

You want to reach out to your family and friends, but deep down you worry that they won’t understand or answer the phone – even though they told you “call if you need anything.” 

Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance…. and more depression.

This is the cycle you’re now experiencing. 

One moment you notice you’re completely fine, and the next filled with a range of emotion. 

It’s unbearable, and something that is overwhelming. At any moment you find yourself experiencing one of these.

It feels never-ending, which is completely natural and understandable – suffering in silence and wondering if things will ever change.

Grief is difficult…

What you’re experiencing is overwhelming. 

No matter what you do or how hard you try to rid yourself of this sadness, it continues to find you.

It’s possible your grief has started feeling like an identity – a pattern to cope with the pain. 

Deep down, there is this fear that if you stop experiencing these feelings, it means you’ve somehow forgotten about them. 

You know there’s a way to move forward and learn how to honor their legacy, but don’t know where to start. 

When we lose someone we love, we find ourselves devastated and don’t know where to turn. 

Help is on the way…

We understand it’s difficult to recover from grief and manage our feelings of loss. 

We’re here to help you make sense of this loss, but most importantly to move forward with life. 

Skilled working with grief and loss, we will help you learn tools to not only make sense of this, but also to understand how to find peace in this difficult time. 

And while we are here to help, only you can make the call. 

Call NOW for a FREE 15-minute phone consultation, so we can learn more about you and begin this journey of healing.

Let’s get through this together…

Call us at 571-310-0166 or complete the contact form below.
We’re here and prepared to help you take the next step…

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If you’re in crisis and feel like you’re in danger of hurting yourself please contact the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

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