- Have you lost someone you love?
- Are you tired of ignoring your pain?
- Do you feel like nobody understands what you are going through?
- Do you feel detached from everyone and everything?
There is no straight path or timeline for grief. It’s unpredictable, with good days and bad days. And the truth is that we never really “get over” the loss of a loved one; the pain of the loss usually fades with time.
Depression, anger, guilt and denial are all normal parts of the grieving process. But if your feelings are persistent and severe or you’re engaging in addictive or self-destructive behavior, it’s time to seek professional help.
Several studies have shown that grieving alone can significantly delay your recovery. It’s one of the many reasons why counseling can be helpful.
The therapists at Vista are skilled in working with people who are grieving the loss of a loved one. They will help you accept the reality of the loss; identify and deal with the trauma; allow you to talk openly and honestly; and help you rebuild your support system.
Contact us today to learn more.