Grief + Loss

A brown dog on a ridge looking at mountains in the distance.


Did you know that if you don’t allow yourself to fully grieve you’ll experience depression instead? There’s myths on grief in our culture, and you can hear them when people say things like if we just move on after a tragedy that we’ll be fine. Or maybe we don’t need to talk about it because if we do, we are just feeding negativity. We should just be strong enough to be able to handle our pain without actually feeling it, and that will make us better.

But the opposite is true!

Talking through your sadness about losing someone or something is vital to being fully alive! I want to create a safe space for you to be able to explore your grief, knowing that you are in a judgement-free zone with me. Together we’ll help you name those tender places of loss and learn healthy ways to navigate the uncharted waters of grief like being able to mindfully experience your feelings without making things worse. After our time, you’ll come away feeling more kind and loving to yourself and others, becoming a healing presence in our world.

What are some great self-care practices you can suggest to help with grief?

There are so many things you can do to help yourself feel good again while processing grief. Sign up for my monthly newsletter and receive a beautiful self-care gift of science-based approaches I have created to will help you to be kind to yourself. You can sign up for my monthly newsletter here. 

I’d love to walk with you on your healing journey!

Please reach out to me for counseling by calling or texting my practice number which is (817) 642 – 7305, or send me an email at jenn at theholyabsurd dot com (to prevent spam bots). I look forward to hearing from you!

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