The Grief Recovery Method®

It is a powerful, dynamic, sensible and accessible program that is genuinely for anyone willing to take the necessary actions to help themselves

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When Children Grieve®

For Adults to Help Children Deal with Death, Divorce, Pet Loss, Moving, and Other Losses

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Pet Loss Program®

If you’ve found yourself almost inconsolable after your pet died, please know that you’re normal.

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The Definition

Grief is the normal and natural reaction to significant emotional loss of any kind.

The range of emotions associated with grief are as varied as there are people and personalities

As every relationship is unique, so are the feelings and thoughts each person will have about their relationship that has been altered by death, divorce, moving, loss of health, loss of faith in God, loss of childhood innocence, any of about 40 other possible losses.

The Problem

While grief is normal and natural, most of the information passed from generation to generation is not normal, natural, or helpful

Grief is emotional response to loss, however, most of the information we have learned about dealing with grief is intellectual.  While some the intellectual information, may possibly be correct; it is the heart that is broken and not the head.  Trying to heal the heart with intellect alone, is like trying to paint a room with a hammer, screwdriver, and a tape measure.  It is the wrong tools, it doesn't get the job done, and it makes a mess

The Solution

Discovering and completing all of the undelivered communications that accrue in relationships.  We are told to "Let It Go" and "Move On" after all kinds of losses, however, we are seldom told how to do that.

Completion of the pain caused by the loss is what will allow us to recover.  We must take a series of small and correct actions to will allow us to complete the pain caused by the loss.

The Grief Recovery Method® is step by step educational program that guides you in taking those necessary actions

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Next Steps...

The only real stage of grief is being overwhelmed