Hope you're well wherever you are in the world. 
When we love, we will grieve at some point. Grief is the price we pay for having loved someone. 
At various stages of our lives, we will lose someone very dear to us and we will grieve. 
When someone close to you passes away, you may not have the opportunity to process your grief properly. 
You may feel overwhelmed and unable to concentrate; you may have to push through your day as you go to work; you may even feel numb and empty. 
There are different emotions associated with grief and different stages of grief which I will cover at a later stage. 
It is true that people deal with grief differently. However, it can become problematic. We do not want it to completely take over our lives, but for some people that may just happen. 
I am currently training to become a grief educator as I know that there are gaps worldwide in grief support. With my mediumship readings, grief educator skills and hypnotherapy, I want to serve people who are grieving. I want to raise awareness around grief support available. Pain is inevitable but suffering is optional and there are resources out there to meet you where you are on your grief journey. 
Hypnotherapy can be very helpful in grief recovery. By undergoing hypnotherapy, you can give yourself the time to find calm and peace, allowing yourself to process your grief at a pace that’s right for you. 
Hypnosis can help to overcome grief and loss, and help you reach the stage where the memories of your loved one can be enjoyed without the attached pain of missing them. 
Hypnotherapy can help to create a state of deep relaxation and allow access to the subconscious mind. When you’re in the grieving process, it can help to teach your brain to focus on the positive love you shared, rather than on the sadness of your grief. 
Any question, please feel free to get in touch and I would be delighted to chat. 
And remember that help is always available. You don't have to do it all on your own. 
Have an awesome weekend whatever you do! 
As always beautiful people and souls take care, stay safe and talk soon. 
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