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Grieving the Living
Alzheimer's Disease results in multiple losses and grief that occurs over years. Here's what to do.
Are you drinking too much?
We’re all human, so we deal with feelings of discomfort in the way we know how. We’re not telling you to feel bad about your drinking behaviour – it’s important right now that we be patient and compassionate with ourselves.
Grieving the loss of a pet
Have you ever lost a pet and found that you’ve grieved in silence?
The best way to find out if Grief Recovery is for you is to have a chat. Please call - there is absolutely no pressure.
"After the death of my father, the directionless feeling of grief increased daily that I did not know what to do. I realised I needed help in some form, something structured and effective but was uncertain what would help me recover from this life loss.
I must admit I was sceptical at first, but Duncan guided me through the Grief Recovery Method, its structure and practices. Working through the process week by week has allowed me to examine my experience of grief throughout my life and provided me the tools to understand the effect these moments have had on my life and how to accept them. Duncan provided a safe, comfortable environment for me to talk freely about my feelings, listening with understanding and patience.
The course allowed me to gain a wider perspective of my feelings and thoughts, with moments that completely resonated with my personal experience of loss. By the end of the course I was able to understand my relationship with grief and with loss, I was able to express my feelings and complete unresolved matters in a way that allowed me to move on. The Grief Recovery course has enabled me to turn a corner and find my way once again. Thank you."