By Dr. Dolores Fazzino, Nurse Practitioner, Medical Intuitive, Energy Whisperer
Grief is a powerful and universal emotion that touches every life at some point.
It’s a journey of profound loss and sorrow, but it’s also a testament to the resilience of the human spirit.
For anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one, a deep personal transformation begins.
The pain is profound and all encompassing, and many wonder if they will ever heal completely.
But as time passes, they come to realize that grief is not something you simply “get over”, rather, it is something you learn to live with.
It changes you and molds you into a new version of yourself.
This new self carries the memories and love of the person who is no longer physically present, but it also bears the weight of the void left by their absence.
The Dr. Dolores Show: Navigating Grief’s Journey
Navigating grief can feel like riding a rollercoaster.
There are highs and lows, moments of intense sadness, anger, guilt, and even moments of unexpected laughter and joy.
These emotions are all part of the healing process, and it’s crucial to embrace them rather than suppress them.
Grief is a challenging journey, but it can also be a transformative one.
In the journey of grief, one of the most crucial thing is the need to be patient and understanding with oneself.
Grief knows no timetable, and its expression is deeply personal.
It’s crucial to experience everything that is felt, without judgment or self imposed expectations.
It is through this self compassion that the healing process takes its first steps.
Grief can be a catalyst for self discovery, resilience, and newfound strength.
The process is a journey into the depths of one’s soul, often revealing facets of ourselves we may not have known existed.
However, amidst this journey, it is essential to remember that our physical bodies are processing and purging a great deal of information.
We should rest and sleep when needed, as our bodies require time to recuperate.
Rest is a vital part of the healing process, allowing us to recharge and regain the strength to continue our journey through grief.
Furthermore, while grief can often feel isolating, it is crucial to remember that we do not have to go through it alone.
Sometimes, the act of receiving support can be as healing as giving it.
By understanding its complexities, embracing the rollercoaster of emotions, seeking support, and finding personal healing, we can move forward with grace and resilience.
Remember, you are not alone on this journey, and there is hope for brighter days ahead.
Every person’s journey through grief is unique, and there’s no set timeline for healing.
In this episode, we’ll delve deep into the intricate world of grief, offering insights and guidance on how to navigate this challenging path and ultimately find the strength to move forward.
We’ll share inspiring stories of individuals who have found their path to recovery, highlighting the strength and resilience that can emerge from the darkest moments of grief.
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What to Look for In This Episode of The Dr. Dolores Show:
- Grief is one of those things that is very personal and individualized. (05:38)
- Grief is like 50 shades of emotion; when you are grieving, you go through 50 different shades of emotion. Dr. Dolores Fazzino (06:57)
- I don’t know if you ever really heal completely from grief, but you learn to live with a new version of who you are. (08:02)
- You need to be patient and understanding with yourself and allow yourself to experience everything that you are feeling. (11:13)
- Grief is a time for deep growth and transformation. (13:21)
- “When you are grieving, your body is processing and purging so much information. Allow yourself to rest and sleep when you need to.” Dr. Dolores Fazzino (20:02)
- Allow yourself to receive from others and from the universe when you are grieving. (21:07)
- Grief does not have a deadline it just is. (23:51)
- Just because somebody has passed away does not mean that they are no longer accessible; they just drop their physicality; they are vibrating at a higher dimension than what we can see. (27:22)
- People grieve the loss of different things at different times, it is just not one thing. (36:39)
- The grieving process is endless; it is going to constantly morph and flow with you as you go through life. (51:47)
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