“Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim.”
– Vicki Harrison
Losing someone or something you love can be the most painful experience we human beings can have. It can shatter our connection with everything we know. It can break our heart, destroy our lives and disintegrate our worlds. We often don’t know how to withstand the intensity and the dullness because we might not even recognize who we are anymore.
But knowing you are not alone and that there are tools to help you navigate can carry us through and teach us profound truths about life that we never asked to learn. “In the midst of it”, we need to recognize what it is, feel supported, and find our own tools and ways to trust we’re going to get through it.
Practically Dying can help.
Through workshops, presentations and private counseling, we can help you:
Understand your personal experience of grief.
Learn how to turn your sorrow into a transformational experience.
Develop coping tools and skills that will work with your natural strengths.
Create rituals and ways to hold and remember your loved one that can anchor you to a new relationship with them.
Support others as they walk through their own unique journey.