Grief is a part of all of our lives. If we are lucky we have few encounters with it, but it will change your view of life on this earth, and in this plane of existence where we all find ourselves. Grief is inherited, its genetic, it is incessant. It is in the subtle points of an argument, all the way to a huge loss, like that of a Mother or child.
When we are young we vaguely hear about it through stories of our family, friends and colleagues. It infuses most of our human stories and everyone tries to understand it. Many turn to religion as a source of relief, while others cannot find solace and comfort there. Regardless of how you cope with it will be influence and influence your belief system.
It hits us all in different way, based on our own personal experiences. and it will never fully leave us. But there are some standard stages that we can all relate to as we go through the process of grief. And in so doing all of us in consciousness can empathize with each other in what we are going through individually.
That is why I am starting this part of the Wickedlydrivenmedia blog. To share experiences and information on grief.. and to help others heal.
My experience with grief was sudden and ever growing. When I was in my mid 20’s my Mother passed away from cancer. I went two years not being able to comprehend what happen or really deal with the grief, until I went through grief therapy. There I learned all about grief and my relationship with it and others. When I got to the other side of that maze my therapist told me I would be a wonderful Grief Facilitator; so I got certified. At the time though my experiences were still too raw to truly help others. Now, after years of healing on my own, and many adventures I am open to the idea again. And was just embarking on this idea when my family went through a tragedy.. that made me 100% sure this should happen.
So I want to offer my Grief Facilitation, online or in person, group or private.. Business cards soon to come but in the meantime please find comfort in the postings under this category Grief, and if you need my help now, contact me at email@example.com with “In Grief” in the subject line.