A tip about loss.
Grief, Sorrow, Loss and Mourning
Grief Therapy and Loss Counseling in Philadelphia: If you have just suffered the loss of a loved one, it may seem that happiness is an emotion that is out of reach. Taking care of your own mental health during this difficult time may seem impossible, let alone caring for other loved ones. Read this section in order to identify ways to make this transition possible, and to learn about the many faces of grief. We have broken down the types of tips written on grief, sorrow, loss and mourning into the following four categories: * Children and loss * Overcoming loss and moving forward * Stages of grief * Types of loss, grief and sorrow * Miscarriage and grief * Spousal grief (divorce or death) If after reading all of our self help tips, you find yourself wanting more support and you live in Center City Philadelphia or the surrounding regions, including the Main Line, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chestery County, Cherry Hill and Southern New Jersey area and want to schedule an appointment for grief counseling / grief therapy call (267) 324-9564.
Below you will find all the articles written on this topic.
This article explores the varied types of grief: death of a loved one, losing a job, divorce, children growing up, and bankruptcy. Additionally, some ideas on how to cope are suggested.
Have you ever wondered why some people have such a difficult time sustaining close, personal relationships while others seem to do so with relative ease? How we manage the balance between closeness and distance with the important people in our lives correlates to our foundational sense of security and attachment.
Understanding automatic negative thoughts and core beliefs.
Coping with a miscarriage is more common and difficult to emotionally cope with than most people realize.
Coping with grief. At some point we all have to deal with loss.
Creating a collage to cope with grief.
There are few events in life as painful as the death of a spouse. Grief therapy can help.
Denial - one of the stages within the grief process
Ending a relationship, especially if it was unexpected or unwanted begins a grief process like other types of loss of which anxiety can be one of the emotions experienced.
Do you use Facebook as a way to keep you connected to past relationships? Do you find yourself checking Facebook updates of an ex often as a way to stay updated? Facebook is still new to us when it comes to the dating world and the breakup process.
Understand the links between fibromyalgia and anxiety, depression, and grief, and learn how therapy can help. To find a therapist in Philadelphia, call the Center for Growth at 267-324-9564.
Being dumped is a tough experience to go through. Building yourself back up after being dumped can be even tougher. This artilce will help you get started on the path to getting over being dumped.
Grief therapy can be an additional and effective support for individuals coping with the loss of a loved one, or any type of significant loss/change in life.
Any loss no matter how big or small triggers a grief process. A person does not have to die for you to feel grief.
Working through your anger after a loss.