One major component of life after loss is experiencing feeling like we can’t exactly relate to some people the same way we used to. Which makes sense, right? We’ve been through some major loss, some serious trauma, and that changes us! That quite literally changes the makeup of our brain. But fear not, my friend… all hope is not lost.

Join me in this conversation about relating to others after loss and all this entails. Your gain today will not only be to hopefully walk away feeling more seen and understood, but we’ll also talk about some ways that we can ease this sensation of feeling misunderstood or not related to after loss.

And, how we can actually use and harness this lack of relating we experience to find growth within our grief (and life!). I promise you, we’ll be going in a direction with this subject that you will not see coming!



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