When you are grieving, it’s normal to feel scattered, confused, and shocked. After all, you have experienced a sudden tear in the fabric of your everyday existence. It may feel completely chaotic, like you have lost control of your life, and your sense of trust may be shattered. Grief is both intensely personal and humanly universal. You are not alone. And there are ways to regain your sense of purpose, grounding, and sense of self.
In this 10-minute podcast, I will discuss the answers to the following questions asked by my co-host, journalist / PR specialist Hope Katz Gibbs:
- What does it mean to “ground” yourself?
- How would you describe someone who is grounded?
- What are simple ways to ground yourself this minute?
- What are daily practices that we all can access to feel grounded anytime?
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For more information, and to set up a session to help guide you through the grieving process, send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.