- Are you experiencing Broken Heart Syndrome from a loss of a loved one due to death, a breakup, divorce, or other circumstance?
- Are you facing one of the hardest challenges adjusting to the new reality of living in the absence of the loved one?
- Are you struggling with a complicated grief that often dominates your life, interfering with your daily functioning?
Sometimes people grieve for years without seeming to find even temporary relief. Grief can be complicated by other conditions, most notably depression. The person’s level of dependency on the departed can also cause complications.
You may be denial,
You are angry? bargaining? depressive?
You are struggling with acceptance?
No one way of grieving is better than any other. The process of adapting to a significant loss can vary dramatically from one person to another. It often depends on a person’s background, beliefs, and relationship to what was lost. Feeling occasional happiness does not mean a person is done mourning. Grieving a loss of a loved one is a difficult process and one of the hardest challenge is adjusting to the new reality of living in the absence of the loved ones.
We help you overcome your grief and loss and adapt to a new role, managing changes in routine, developing new ways of connecting with family and friends, cultivating a new way of life.
We help you with self-care, recreation, and social support which are vital to the recovery.