I’ve been getting a lot of emails recently about grief and regret. Honestly I’ve never known anyone not to have some regrets during the grieving process, so I recorded this video addressing some of the most common kinds.
In a recent survey, anger, regrets and guilt were at the top of the list of concerns of people who are grieving. I’ll be talking about all three next week…
Unfinished Business in the Grieving Process In my last post I talked about Grief and Regret...The would'ves, should'ves, could'ves we all experience during the grieving process. In today's video, I'm talking about a deeper level of regret, g...
Enough already with the stages of grief There is no such thing as the stages of grief. Period. Trying to fit your grief into this artificial construct is ridiculous, and in some cases, damaging.
Here's another in the video series on s...
Welcome to Grief Heals! In 2007 I wrote the book, How to Survive Your Grief When Someone You Love Has Died for people new to grief who were overwhelmed and confused by the strange experiences early grief, and sometimes no...
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3 Responses to “Grief and Regret”
Vanessa Daniel Says:
Thank you, Susan, for reminding about the feelings of guilt and regret being normal. I needed to hear that again. All of us have internal chatter that does not serve us. The next time I start hearing this chatter, I’ll recognize it, and change my thoughts right in their tracks. And, last but not least, thank you for sharing your expertise and years of experience. Peace and Blessings.
Yes, we all need to be reminded from time to time, don’t we?