Some kinds of grief are difficult to identify—but once you do, you can start the process of healing, writes MarciaReynolds
How to grieve the loss of possessions and dreams.
.Grieving is painful, but the experience is a natural part of living a full life. When you acknowledge the ache or emptiness in your heart, you can fully process the loss, and then go forward with courage and strength.Grief Can Be Difficult to Identify
Ten years ago, there was a week where I didn’t want to get out of bed. I dragged my body around all day. I’m usually very productive in the morning and stay busy until night. I thought I better see a doctor or therapist fordepression. I decided I would first call my coach. She asked me if I had lost someone or something I cherished. I said, no. Then she asked, “What had you hoped you would be doing now that didn’t happen?” I immediately knew what was going on.
I remembered that a year before when my book I wrote for women leaders,Wander Woman, was published, I told myself I would give myself one year to see if I could shift my business to work more with women. It was 2010. The recession cut funds to women’s programs. Many women lost their jobs. My headtopics.com
marketingefforts weren’t paying off. I couldn’t afford to keep trying to make the shift. When my coach helped me realize my dream had died, at least in the form I had imagined, knew I needed to grieve the loss so I could move on.I told my coach about my promise to myself. Then I committed to giving myself the space to grieve. A week later, the idea for my next book came to mind. I eagerly responded to work requests for
both men and women. My energy was back. Grieving allowed me to let the past go, making room for the success that followed.How to Move Through the Tunnel of Grief Read more: Psychology Today »
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MarciaReynolds Im driving through downtown Denver? Thats about when it usually hits. MarciaReynolds Stop triggering on Grief... this technique can help you. When my father and sister passed away 7 months apart, this technique was invaluable, stopped my episodes and breakdown crying fits. Best Wishes from a researcher who has the problems....
MarciaReynolds If anyone is interested in the technique or my research, I invite you to learn more about it on my blog: My Ebook of my 10 years of research teaches the technique: As does my paperback- MarciaReynolds These are some things the technique works on... suicidal thoughts, flashbacks, panic attacks, Aggravation, Anger, Hate, Hostility, sadness, grief, guilt, worthlessness, hopelessness, Fears Stress, Intimidation, Shyness, Worry, Horror, Terror, Panic and MORE.
MarciaReynolds IT is not different though, there are common denominators that make it the same... Grief is over a LOSS, does not matter what that loss is. The Emotional Charge Technique target ANY grief, or episode. Stop the grief... stop the episodes... Healing. No more bother... MarciaReynolds Even with my PTSD, I stop grief episodes... simple 3 step process... no 'acceptance' required...PROCESS and rebuild... Best Wishes from a researcher whose gone through it...
MarciaReynolds /5 If anyone is interested in the technique or my research, I invite you to learn more about it on my blog: My Ebook of my 10 years of research teaches the technique: As does my paperback- MarciaReynolds /4 These are some things the technique works on... suicidal thoughts, flashbacks, panic attacks, Aggravation, Anger, Hate, Hostility, sadness, grief, guilt, worthlessness, hopelessness, Fears Stress, Intimidation, Shyness, Worry, Horror, Terror, Panic and MORE
MarciaReynolds Works on past episodes like the death of my cat and other pets, my father and sister's passings, and other losses... Shock, Stress, Trauma, Grief, Loss, Agony, Anguish, Loneliness, Empty, Hollow, Numb, Nothingness, Mourning and Bereavement... and anything else involved... MarciaReynolds /2 Would you like to NOT HAVE those '5 stages of Grief' and still end it? I talked about this technique in the podcast. Grief is an emotional charge. Technique works on emotional charge, stopping it with nothing else DONE...person feels better, stops grieving....
MarciaReynolds /1 Regardless of type of grief... loss is loss. The degree of loss felt will be subjective... but it is ALL A LOSS... common denominator. Depression emotions are about loss, less, and lack of...it is not only Grief.