Grief is not only what we feel when we loose someone we love, it’s also something we feel when things change drastically. Whether it’s a move, a change in our relationships, a job change, a natural disaster, or all of the above in the case of the COVID-19 Pandemic, grief is real. We can push it away, or stuff it down, but the most healthy way through is to allow the feelings, process them, and arrive eventually at resolution having uncovered the deeper relevance in our lives.

If we don’t process our grief, it will remain unresolved and it’s impact will grow over time. Dig deeper (link) for helpful insights and tools for processing grief during these unprecedented times… The Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief

To learn more about grieving during the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit Beachwood Center for Wellbeing.