If you have lost a love one, you might be wondering how to cope with your grief this holiday season. At a very young age, I lost a love one and entered the world of GRIEF. Due to my age at the time of the loss, I did not understand the complexity of GRIEF and had NO way of knowing the affect it would have on my life. “Time Heals ALL, right or DOES IT? I am now 44 years old but the pain feels like a fresh dose of GRIEF, a fresh PAPER CUT, a reoccurring Broken Heart. In fact, I long for the presence of my grandmother MORE NOW THAN EVER. Since the loss of my grandmother, I have had to experience many more losses that caused me to slowly become traumatized by death. When someone dies that you love dearly, there are so many stages of grieving you must go through and since death is not something that is talked about much, many people feel alone in dealing with and trying to overcome the heartbreak of the loss. The Holiday Season makes this process more difficult. There is one thing that helps me the most and that is being able to simply talk with someone about my grandmother and the opportunity to express my continued feelings of GRIEF and LOSS. Tune in to the next Butterfly Evolution Show for an opportunity to express your feelings, share methods you have used to assist you in surviving the GRIEF. Or just to be encouraging and supportive ear for those who are experiencing “Holiday Blues”
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