The intense heartache that follows a death, break-up, or any other kind of loss might leave you feeling like you’ll never experience happiness again.
That was the case for me when my boyfriend died. My life changed the moment I heard the news. For weeks I couldn't eat, couldn’t sleep, didn’t want to see anyone or do anything, and I thought that the woman I once knew was gone forever.
Have you felt similar following a loss?
When you’re grieving it’s hard to feel any hope.
Thankfully the Grief Recovery Method will help you get complete with the relationship that changed or ended and help you move past your grief.
Does that mean you will forget the person for whom you’re grieving? No chance! It’s impossible to forget someone that was important in your life. But you will get complete. That means the things that you might wish would have ended differently, or the things you wish you would have communicated, or the expectations you might have for the future won’t cause you to be in constant pain. You’ll be able to forgive or have fond memories of the person who is no longer in your life, without that aching feeling of grief. That is if you’re also willing to do the work.
But don’t take my word for it. Here’s what people have to say about the Grief Recovery Method helping them heal.
Loss of a child
“I lost 2 daughters over 15 years ago, one on Christmas Eve and the other 12 days later. My greatest pain came from the loss of my youngest daughter Anna and the events that surrounded her passing. I was filled with so many regrets and shame because I should’ve protected her and been there when she needed me the most. I could barely visit the memory of her without crying and would rarely talk of her. For 15 years I’ve been locked in my own personal hell and no one knew not even my wife. The GRM has given me my life and my memories back and for someone reading this, I know it sounds crazy but it’s true. The tools that I learned from the method will help for the rest of my life. P.S I Think about Anna all the time!”
Loss of a spouse