Coping with the loss of a loved one is not just emotional, it’s figuring out how to function without your loved one.
We want help on your personal journey of figuring out the what, where, why and how things happen now without the life partner that you had for so long. Here are some suggestions that can make a big difference in your progress toward healing:
FINDING SUPPORT: Don’t try to go through the grief and loss process alone. Connect with a Grief and Loss Support group that can provide you with emotional guidance. Not only will you find emotional help, but you will also get help with how to do things that you may not be accustomed to. Many times it's as simple as, "how do I cook for myself", "how and where am I going to get childcare", or "I just need help fixing something at home". It’s a place where you’ll find caring people who understand the issues you face and who will be willing to help you get the help that you need.
THE FOUNDATION FOR HEALING: Your progress can be slowed or stopped if you don’t build on the right foundation. It is so important that you begin the healing process with a strong foundation of good information and unlimited support.
PERSONAL STUDY: The curriculum that will be covered will provide daily reading and exercises to help you dig deeper into the recovery process.