Grieving is a learning process for how to live a life that has changed against our wishes. When a loved one passes away, or a partnership ends, we can be confronted to relearn how to be. With time we reinterpret and relearn about the world around us, sometimes positively and beneficially and sometimes not. Faced with managing painful feelings and emotions and tasked with the responsibility to pick oneself back up again, grief and loss can be energy sapping.
Even though the grieving process is natural and that includes coping methods that can help, about 1 in 10 of us suffer from a cluster of grief symptoms that are so unrelenting and seemingly unresponsive to time that treatment becomes a necessary option as outside help puts these symptoms in the appropriate place. Sometimes lasting years following death, symptoms include longing for the loved one who has passed away; guilt; obsessive thoughts and images about the deceased; being preoccupied with the circumstances of the death; disbelief; and the inability to enjoy life’s meaningful moments.
Talking in confidence, one to one with one of our experienced professionals about the nature and the meaning of your loss of a crucial relationship (and secondary losses like change in status, role, and financial situation) can assist you in processing the personal turmoil of grief so that you can move forward.
With the help of Online Therapies, many people have been able to move past even the most emotionally difficult of times in their lives. Feeling a sense of hope, future, consolation, peace and optimism, our clients can live once again. This, as we know, doesn’t mean we diminished the person who has passed or did them wrong by moving on. We can and still do love those whom we lost. With Online Therapies, you won’t return back to where you were before the bereavement but instead you will move through the dark tunnel into a brighter future on the other side. Contact Online Therapies for our most suitable counsellors and therapists on 0203 715 1038.