Grief Recovery Method Guide for Loss

I recently became a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® and I want to offer everyone a copy of their free e-book. 

“The Grief Recovery Method Guide for Loss” has 61 tips on the experience of Grief and how to help people through it. Below are the sections within the e-book:

  • What is Grief?
  • Typical responses associated with Grief.
  • How do I know if I, or someone I know, is incomplete with a loss?
  • The impact of unresolved Grief in society.
  • Most common misinformation on the topic of Grief.
  • Common complaints expressed by Grievers.
  • Helpful things to say to someone grieving a loss.
  • Recovery Method

FREE e-bookThe Grief Recovery Method® Guide For Loss.

4 Responses

  1. Gloria

    Yes, I have postponed making major decisions for about a year or more. I found out that if Imade major decisions, I would make them our of emotions and I did make small decisions.

  2. Mary Francis

    Your smart to wait on those major decisions. If anyone is pushing too hard than they might not have your best interests at heart.

  3. Diane

    6 months after losing my husband of 40 tears, I thought it would "cheer me up" to get long-awaited and needed reduction surgery to help my neck and back. I scheduled it quickly and threw in a Co2 laser peel (traumatic!) since I was going under general anaesthetic anyway.  My face hasn't healed perfectly and the added stress has caused hair loss.  Of course, it was all difficult to handle, living alone. Should have listened when people told me to wait. 

  4. Mary Francis

    I’m sorry Diane about the loss of your husband and the stress afterwards.   I made a quick decision 3 months after Donnie’s death to buy an old house and completely redo it.  When I sold it two years later I lost about $ 50,000.00.   I was just trying to make myself feel better by keeping busy.  You are not alone in making decisions while still grieving.  I hope that you get some expert advise on how to help your face heal naturally.  Living alone is stressful enough without the added stress of health issues.   I also hope that you are getting out with friends and family.  Our social support is everything when it comes to our grieving and healing.   Thank you for sharing your story as it may help new widows understand why it’s best to take it slow while they are grieving.   Take care, Mary Francis

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