Why All this Grief?

I’m a change and conflict coach.   Change involves moving from something – through the transition – to something new.  The “moving from” part implies some degree of loss.  All loss needs to be grieved.  However, grief is largely ignored in our society except when a loved one dies.  Even then, the time allowed for grief is usually minimized.  Physical death is not the only loss that needs to be grieved.

Loss of a dream needs to be grieved.

Loss of passion needs to be grieved.

Loss of initiative needs to be grieved.

Loss of enthusiasm needs to be grieved.

Loss of income needs to be grieved.   I could go on and on.

On the way to success, I help people properly grieve their losses.  It’s part of the change process.

Stay tuned…more to come on grieving.

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  1. Great post! Thank you for sharing this unique insight.

    • You are very welcome.


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