Loss is hard enough, why would I need to permission to grieve?
Today’s guest is Connie Sanchez, a licensed therapist with over 32 years specializing in loss/grief, depression, anxiety, adult children of alcoholics, PTSD, military trauma, and she has a passion to help others find healthy identity as they heal.
In this episode we'll discuss:
- How the stigma around grief can hamper a person’s healing
- How we can use grief as a tool for healing
- How to effectively communicate with your employers and others about your grief needs
- And so much more
For more information on Connie Sanchez, LCSW’s online and in person counseling services:
Quote of the Day: “When you love a lot, you hurt a lot.”
Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief byDavid Kessler
https://amzn.to/3hzZbfC You can also find more of his work at https://grief.com/
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