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Feeling Nothing During Grief

Grief can cause numbness in one's life. If you are interested in our certification in bereavement counseling, then please review

Grief can cause numbness in one’s life. If you are interested in our certification in bereavement counseling, then please review

There are so many things one can feel in this life – anger, joy, jealousy, love, shame, happiness, embarrassment, amusement, sadness, euphoria, frustration.  The roller coaster of emotion whips over high peaks, spins, and dips over and over and over – it’s thrilling and it’s scary and it’s one hell of a ride. Except, I want you …

Source: www.whatsyourgrief.com

Excellent article about grief recovery and how we can feel nothing.  Sometimes it can be part of complicated grief, in other cases, feeling numb or nothing at all can also be part of normal grief recovery as well. Anhedonia can be normal to some extent but if continued over a long period of months, then it may be time to discuss it with a licensed counselor.

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