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Welcome to Grief Heals!

Susan Fuller

I’m delighted you’re here and ready to join a community of people who have experienced the recent, and in some cases not so recent, death of someone they love.

My mission is simple. I want to help you heal.

That doesn’t mean “get over”, “move on”, “resolve”, “recover”, or “learn to live with” the loss of someone dear to you.

It does mean becoming whole again by finding your own unique way of integrating your experience of grief and loss, your memories of your loved one and the gifts of that relationship into who you are becoming as you move back into the stream of life.

No matter where you are in the grieving process, you’ll want to begin by downloading How to Avoid the 5 Most Common Myths about Grief, a short primer on the most important things you want to avoid while grieving.

How to Avoid the 5 Most Common Myths about Grief

Grief Myths

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**Please Be Aware: Though I do use time frames I use them very loosely. Time frames in and of themselves mean very little and are only useful as a form of shorthand to help you find what you need.**

If you are in the first days, weeks and months of grief…

• Sign-up for Weekly Tips from How to Survive Your Grief. These are short weekly email reminders and tips to help you through the first year of grief.

• Buy the book…How to Survive Your Grief When Someone You Love Has Died

~ Written specifically for those in the first few months of grief.

~ Useful through the first year.

~ Answers the question “Is this normal?”

~ Provides short, compassionate explanations and solutions for many of the most common experiences during the first year of grief…including the really crazy ones.

~ Includes advice on when to get help and what kind of help to get.

~ Easy to read for those having trouble concentrating.

~ Available in print and e-book formats

If you are at the end of year one or beyond…

For many people grief peaks in the second year and many take 3-5 years to move through the grieving process successfully.

Often more focused individual support is needed at this point in the grieving process.

Common challenges include…

~ Feeling uncertain about who you are becoming without the person who died.

~ Feeling like you’re in limbo with one foot in the past and the other in the future.

~ Experiencing ongoing anger, regret or guilt about some aspect of this death.

~ Or feeling just plain stuck.

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