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Handling Grief After Losing A Spouse

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Sue Martin of Sue Martin Consulting, LLC shares her experience and tips for handling grief after losing a spouse or loved one.

After 30 years of traditional healthcare management, Sue’s passion for helping people, led her to pursue a new career in Grief Coaching.

Sue specializes in grief and loss, helping baby-boomer caregivers whose loved ones are in the transition of their end of life on earth.

Sue utilizes a proven step-by-step process to help her clients reconnect with their life, by finding a new purpose and passion…new hopes and dreams…and last but not least, to release the grief, guilt and regrets.

Sue has been trained by and uses Marcia Wieder’s “Dream Coach”® process along with Aurora Winter’s “From Heart Break to Happiness”® training.

Contact info:

Email:      Sue@Peaceandharmonycoaching.com

Website:  Peaceandharmonycoaching.com

Phone:  314-712-9701

The Kubler-Ross model, is better known as, “The Five Stages of Grief”

Her five stages of grief have become widely accepted.

The five stages include:

 Denial – “No, Not me, it cannot be true”

 Anger- “Why me?”

 Bargaining- “What if I …?”

 Depression- “What is there to live for?”

 Acceptance- “It’s okay to live again”

There is no defined sequence of these stages when a person is faced with a terminal illness or being the caregiver of a love one that is dying. 

 

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