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Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Grief and Healing

Grief is something that never truly ends but something that becomes bearable as one adapts to the new reality of loss.  This article looks at the long process of healing which is actually a life long endeavor.  If you would like to learn more about bereavement counseling training then please review our program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs.

Grief is a life long endeavor.  Please review our bereavement counseling training program

Grief is a life long endeavor. Please review our bereavement counseling training program

The article “How To Deal With Grief: Life, Loss And Healing The Soul” states

“Life and death are intertwined. The fact that we breathe is to acknowledge our humanness, mortality and the inevitability of death. Life and love are intertwined. From the moment we are born, we begin to form attachments – to family, things, experiences, and relationships. So, what happens when we lose someone we love or have to face our own impending death? We grieve. And while life and loss are an inevitable and constant cycle, grief is often the elephant in the room. People rarely want to face others’ pain. I find though, that the deepest human connections are formed, not only in experiencing the joys of life with others, but as equally, in loving them as they process emotions, like grief, giving them a safe place to unmask, and holding a sacred space where you allow them to “be” – for their love is as sacred as their pain. I had the opportunity to learn from three extraordinary people, who have dealt with grief in different ways – DebiJo lost her husband to leukemia; Laura lost her son to suicide. Beth lives with metastatic breast cancer and faces her own mortality daily.”

 

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