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Grief Recovery

The Problem

Grief is the normal and natural emotional response to loss. Most of the information we have learned about dealing with loss is intellectual.  Although our Grief Support Groups involve some educational elements, effective Grief Recovery must deal with your broken heart.  This requires emotional support instead of intellectual explanations.

The Solution
People say you have to let go and move on in your life, but they don’t tell you how. The Grief Recovery Method Support Group, developed and refined over the past 30 years, teaches you how to recover from loss with supportive guidance every step of the way.

Use the Grief Recovery education system to heal your heart from a lifetime of loss and emotional pain. This course is a REVOLUTIONARY tool that takes you through very specific steps to move you through the loss and grief to create true healing and joy.

This course runs 7 consecutive weeks with 1 hour Zoom classes.  Enjoy one on one

personal attention and healing.

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Grief is normal

Although there are no stages or feelings that every single griever experiences there are some common symptoms of grief.

Do you relate to any of these?

  • Do you feel tired?

  • Do you feel emotionally drained?

  • Do you pretend to be happy?

  • Do you isolate?

  • Have your eating or sleeping patterns changed?

  • Do fond memories of your loved one turn painful?

Love

Set your

heart free 

This interactive workshop will be a safe place to examine what you’ve been taught about loss, to explore your beliefs about grief, and will guide you in completing a set of actions that will enable you to move forward in your life with hope. Once equipped with these tools, you will be able to work through other losses that you may have experienced in your past.

 My own experiences with loss and pain led me to seek healing.

After experiencing a series of painful losses, I began studying how to recover from grief. I was disappointed that so many grief groups and most grief therapy only provide an opportunity to express the painful and confusing feelings about loss. I wanted a program that would take me to the other side of my grief. I wanted to feel whole again and resume my former productivity. I wanted to be excited and purposeful about life again. 

Finding some answers

Finally, when I found The Grief Recovery Institute® I found the resources I was looking for. I learned about all the misinformation we have about grief that hinders our recovery process when a devastating loss rocks our lives.

I learned that there are a series of specific steps or choices that I needed to make to bring healing to my broken heart. During that short-term process I cried a lot of tears, but at the end, I was done. The grief was completed.

Sure, there are times when I still think of my loved ones who passed away and other losses (and even shed a few more tears), but now the memories of our relationships are not hijacked by regret, resentment or pain. If I have any sadness now (which is rare), it passes quickly and does not overwhelm me. As a result of my positive experiences with Grief Recovery, I became a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® to help others respond to the pain and confusion of grief positively and rapidly with the same correct steps and choices.