Recurring dreams about the event, loss or loved one
Mentally reconstructing the events surrounding the loss, in an effort to create a different outcome
Trouble concentrating or remembering things
Questioning your spiritual or religious beliefs
Numb, withdrawn or disconnected
Fear and anxiety when things remind you of your loss
A lack of involvement or enjoyment in everyday activites
Depressed or 'down' much of the time
Bursts of anger, or intense irritability
Emptiness or hopelessness about the future
Isolating yourself from others
Having problems getting to sleep or staying asleep
Avoiding places & people that remind you of your loss
Staying excessively busy to avoid thinking about deceased loved one
Coping styles depend on one's personality and relationship with the person who has died.
This experience can also be affected by one’s cultural, religious background & mental history.
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Bonnie Goodman provides counseling for grief, loss, & mourning. She specializes in pet loss bereavement, as well as helping clients cope with the loss of spouses, parents, siblings, and other significant relationships. Bonnie provides grief counseling focused on supporting her clients as they deal with feelings of shock, denial, sadness, anger, guilt, depression & despair, hopelessness, anxiety, & feeling out of control or overwhelmed.