Many mourners say:
“My loss is a fact. And nothing in the world can change that fact – no counseling, no therapy and no conversation. I have to come to terms with it alone.”
And although it’s true that nothing can undo the death of your beloved, grief counseling can help you through these difficult times and bring you some relief.
Grief counseling can be a useful option
- when your own family and friends are too emotionally involved to bring you comfort.
- when the people around you don’t know how to react to your loss and distance themselves from you.
- in order to understand that some of the inexplicable experiences and feelings are completely “normal” and belong to the grieving process.
- to find a new perspective and new courage.