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Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grief Triggers

Good article about how certain triggers from our emotional past can offset our grief.

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Please also review our grief counseling certification

Please also review our grief counseling certification

The article, Grief triggers, by Greg Lincoln states,

“I thank you dear friends for allowing us to express our deepest feelings as we mourn the loss of our beautiful daughter. Each day that comes has had its difficulties. When we look back at certain recent events, the day of our beloved’s passing has been the reference point, the date that all other dates revolve around. Did this happen before or after? What were we like then? How were we feeling? We can’t help but see it that way, it is a date that will forever haunt us.

During this journey of sadness that we are on, it is inevitable to come across reminders of our precious baby, our dear one – the airport where we had many joyous reunions and the where we launched the trips we took together, the places she loved to shop at, and her favorite places to eat. This sadness is always inside of us, even if we appear to look and act okay. We are sad because we love and miss her so much and we are sad because now we can’t do the things we want to do with her.

It only takes the tiniest grief trigger to bring back a flood of memories past, the memories related to the devastating loss that we have experienced. These triggers fill us with such emotion, that homesick feeling of yearning and wanting. This heartwrenching homesick feeling deeply affects us, there are not enough tears that we can cry.

Every single day we experience these grief triggers. Most of the time we cry silently and privately and what helps the most is a kind word or the comfort of some company when we emerge from our crying place.”

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