In this episode, Kelly talks about timelines in grief and essentially how there are none. We live in a society, however, that has set up rules and judgments about grief. There are many factors to consider that are gently addressed in this episode. Kelly speaks of the importance of allowing space for the grief to breathe an be held. It is important to note that if you are thinking of hurting yourself or another person, you will need immediate medical attention prior to “doing the grief work.” You can start by texting 988 or going to the nearest ER. Remember, your grief is your love story for the one you miss so much. Much peace my friends.
About Kelly Grosklags
Kelly Grosklags, LICSW, BCD, Fellowship in Grief Counseling is the founder of “Conversations with Kelly,” an intimate forum that helps minimize grief and reduce the suffering of others. She collaborates with cancer patients, caregivers, trauma survivors and medical and funeral industry professionals to process pain and loss. Kelly is a national speaker and author of "A Comforted Heart: An oncology psychotherapist's perspective on finding meaning and hope during illness and loss." For more information visit ConversationsWithKelly.com