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Is Grief What You Think?

Grief is not a journey to be navigated alone.
With Clinical EFT, we walk beside you through the darkness, casting a bright light towards the future.
Start with a free demonstration video, to help clear roadblocks to recovery. 

Grief is a natural response to loss, marked by conflicting and often overwhelming emotions. It arises from the absence of someone or something significant in our lives. It can feel like reaching out to someone who is no longer there or longing for someone who was never present. It's a profound journey through our emotions.

Grief encompasses a wide range of experiences beyond bereavement. Here are ten common types of losses that can trigger profound feelings of grief. Explore further resources or watch our video to learn more about navigating grief and finding support.

1. Death of a Loved One

2. Divorce or Relationship Breakup

3. Job Loss or Career Change

4. Health Issues or Chronic Illness

5. Relocation or Moving Away from Home

6. Financial Loss or Bankruptcy

7. Loss of a Pet

8. End of a Friendship or Social Network

9. Loss of Independence or Mobility

10. Traumatic Events or Major Life Changes

Grief can feel like a tidal wave, crashing over you and impacting both mind and body.

Emotionally, it's a rollercoaster of sadness, anger, guilt, and confusion.  Physically, it manifests as exhaustion, headaches, tense muscles, and changes in appetite or sleep patterns. Your mind becomes foggy, making it difficult to concentrate or make decisions.


It's all part of the journey, but remember, you're not alone in this.

Common Grief Misbeliefs


Time Heals All Wounds: The ACE Study suggests grief is like an app on your phone; it might be minimized and out of sight, but it still eats up space for joy.


Out with the Old, In with the New: Recovery is not about replacing what's lost but integrating it positively into life with honor. 


Grieving Alone: The emotional mind seeks expression and acceptance in words or silence. Recovery thrives with support, embracing both spoken and unspoken communication. 

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