October 12 Free Introduction to Loss and Grief Recovery/Helping Children with Loss


October 12, 2020

6-7:00 p.m.

with a special segment on Helping Children with Loss

Topic: October 12 Loss and Grief Recovery Intro
Time: Oct 12, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 847 5381 7513
Passcode: 799411

You don’t need anyone to tell you when your heart is broken or when you are STUCK?

  • Anger
  • Disappointment
  • Resentment
  • Anxiety
  • Regret
  • Depression

You know it!

Is your life forever changed after a loss? Yes. There’s nothing wrong with grieving, but you don’t have to live the rest of your life in pain.

Is the quality of your life what you want it to be?

  • IMAGINE thinking about someone who died, or an ex, without feeling broken hearted.
  • IMAGINE not having resentments or regrets about a lost job, a health diagnosis, financial struggle or broken relationship.

Imagine living and loving to the fullest.

What would that be like for you?

Unresolved grief is cumulative and cumulatively negative. It affects current and future relationships. Have you ever protected your heart from being hurt again after a significant emotional loss such as death, divorce, or loss of

  • Health
  • Job
  • Finances
  • A Move
  • Retirement
  • Or any lifestyle change

Grief is normal and natural and takes time to process. But you don’t have to get STUCK in the pain.


Learn how to equip your children to process losses like a death of a grandparent, divorce, school changes, loss of a pet, bullying, and other disappointments in life like not making a team or getting into the college they want.

Signs of Unresolved Grief

Unresolved grief can be caused by pretty much anything big or small.Although many of sufferers try to pretend that they are “over it” for various reasons, the following are some of the tell-tale signs that someone is grieving:

  • Preoccupation with sad or painful memories
  • Refusal to talk about the loss at all
  • Increase in alcohol, food, drug, or cigarette usage.
  • Antisocial behavior
  • Overindulge in hobbies, work, or exercise activities
  • Lack of energy
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Isolation from friends and family

If something, someone, or an event was important to you, and a change in that relationship has affected your emotions negatively, there is a way by which you may recover. If you suspect that you or someone you love is experiencing unresolved grief, attend this Introduction to The Loss & Grief Recovery Method® to find your way out of the maze of life’s struggles.

The Grief Recovery Method® will help you navigate the unexpected twists and turns of life so you can move beyond the “stuckness.”

Transform the pain and discover a sense of wellbeing and a life filled with purpose and joy!