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Grief & Loss
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Grief and Loss
Facing the Initial Impact of Loss
Although death is the only sure outcome of life, it is something that we are seldom prepared for. Especially when a family member's death is sudden and unexpected, the pain we feel can not be described. Other times in life we may also experience a feeling of loss such as when children go off to college and the tight family unit seems to be disbanding. We want to offer you survivors support during these painful days on your journeys of loss.
Empty Nest Syndrome is characterized by feelings and symptoms of depression, sadness, or grief by parents when grown children leave the family home. Often when a child goes to college, gets married, or moves out on their own for the first time, mothers and fathers can feel the loss greatly. This guide from The Survivors Club can help you understand Empty Nest Syndrome, and give you the support and coping tools you need to survive and thrive. Start your Journey to Recovery
Losing someone you love to illness or accident can be devastating. The loss of a family member or close friend is something that can be very difficult to understand. You may find yourself wondering how you are going to ever recover from the pain, or asking yourself why this had to happen to you and your loved ones. The plethora of emotions that someone facing death might feel can seem overwhelming, but there are many ways to cope with the situation now and in the future. Start Your Journey To Recovery
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