Grief & Loss Explorations (Sale)
Every loss is different. We don’t know what your process is going to look like, but we’ll be sharing our own journey along the way in little pieces to remind you that you’re not alone. Rebecca and D’Anne share a little bit about their own stories of loss in this introduction to the Explorations course.
In this full course, we'll be walking you through the 5 Things All Grieving Families Need to Know:
1. Don’t let anyone tell you how to grieve.
2. There are no wrong feelings.
3. It’s ok to share your feelings with your kids!
4. Why self-care is absolutely critical when you’re working through a loss experience and how to do it.
5. Your relationship with your deceased loved one doesn’t end.
Don’t let anyone tell you how to grieve. There is no time limit for grieving. Honor your path of grief. You may have surprises for who is supportive and who isn’t supportive. When we listen to someone else’s version of how we need to grieve, we still have to walk the path that is ours.
There are no wrong feelings. How do you navigate the wide range of feelings that are part of grieving and moving through a loss? How do you get unstuck if you’re feeling stuck? What happens when we don’t allow our feelings? What about shame? And where do we go with our feelings? We’ll look at cultural and family influences that help or hurt us when we’re grieving.
It’s ok to share your feelings with your kids! Maybe you were under the same impression. None of us want to “mess up” our kids by showing our feelings. Learn why it’s important to share your feelings with your kids and how to do it in a way that supports their process.
Why is self-care absolutely critical when you’re working through a loss experience? How do we do it in a way that isn’t overwhelming when you’re already overwhelmed?
Your relationship with your deceased loved one doesn’t end. How can you continue the relationship with your loved one in a way that is healthy? What’s important for us to know when we’re going through a loss and want to continue a relationship, from conventional ways you can apply no matter what your beliefs are to a little more woo woo.