Give Grief a Chance Podcast
A podcast about bringing grief awareness out into the open. A project to help people connect, and share their experiences with grief and loss
There is no set time table for how long grief will last or how you will feel at any particular time on your journey. Living with loss is different for everyone and for most, grief never fully disappears, but there are ways to cope and tools to help you let go of your emotional pain.
I feel that many of us do not realize the amount of grief and loss that Veterans carry around with them. They experience so much loss especially if the person serves in many wars.And if they do not deal with their loss, overtime it piles up and they drag around unresolved grief, that grief those men and women carry can weigh heavy on their hearts and minds.
When someone dies, grief begins. When grieving someone who's life is ruled by addictive behavior, your world can be full of ups and downs and filled with so many overwhelming emotions, and most of the time, the family struggles right along with the addict.
Some of us have become very good at holding onto put pain, mainly because we've carried it since childhood. And many can't let go of their emotional pain because they haven't accepted things that have happened in the past and without acceptance, there is no healing journey.
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