Many, many people can benefit from going through the Grief Recovery method. I have clients all the time that come to me questioning whether or not they are even grieving. Grief is misunderstood in our society, and much broader than people think.
I host a weekly radio show called “The Grief Recovery Hour with Sharon Brubaker,” on KHTS and on the most recent episode, I invited two guest hosts to run the show who are former clients and grief recovery specialists themselves.
The guest hosts and former clients, Daniel Enstrom and Rachelle Jones have both gone through not only the grief recovery method but also the grief recovery institute to become grief recovery specialists themselves.
Previous Episode: The Grief Recovery Hour With Sharon Brubaker – October 10, 2018
Daniel shares that he has dealt with grief his entire life because he was given up by his birth parents when he was a baby. He shares that he deals with a lot of abandonment issues and thinks people will decide they don’t like him and leave him.
Rachelle asked Daniel how he felt after going through the grief recovery process.
“I feel like a brand new person,” said Daniel.
Rachelle shares that she dealt with serious depression after the loss of her father. She says that she went through the motions of her day but inside, was struggling and grieving alone — and deeply.
Watch the video to learn more about grief, grief recovery and the Grief Recovery Institute.
I guide people through a crazy or down time in their life, and I am truly honored to walk through the journey of grief recovery with my clients. At A time to grief, I work with clients to help them understand that unresolved grief is almost always associated with wishing things were better, different or more and that it can have to do with any unfulfilled hopes, dreams and expectations.
I am not only a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist—I am a griever. I teach in my program that grief is a normal and natural reaction to a loss of any kind. Yet, we were never taught how to grieve. Sadly, most of the information we are given immediately following a loss from family or friends is incorrect. It does little or nothing to help us feel better or to begin the healing process. So, we continue to search and search.
Reach out to me today for help, and we can walk through this together.
About Sharon Brubaker
Grief is individual and unique for every person. A person’s relationship to each aspect of their life is also unique. As such, the feelings and thoughts each person will have about the relationship that has been altered by death, divorce, or other reasons requires customized attention using proven skills and understanding.