Grief comes in many forms and is usually down to loss, losing a member of your family, a friend, a loved one, and a pet. For some people, time is enough to help them come to terms with their loss. However, this does not always happen.
Hypnotherapy can help when grief leads to depression to help heal the scars that losing someone close to you can cause, in your own way so you accept understand and able to deal with your emotions.
Many people feel guilt at things they did or did not say or do; feelings of anger and blame are also common, as is increased anxiety and stress. You may, for instance, suffer anxiety about how you will cope without the person you have lost, about your own health, about dying, about financial insecurity, or about the loss of your place in the world.
You may lose confidence and self esteem, or develop a fear of loneliness.
You may also experience physical symptoms of grief – loss of appetite, weight loss or weight gain, sickness, fatigue or sleeplessness.
Hypnotherapy help cope with anxiety, insomnia, deep sadness and depression, and other symptoms of grieving; it can reduce feelings of guilt and blame, and help you to find ways of coping in the future.
I believe anything is possible and when you are in an altered state I have experienced clients connecting with loved ones and saying what needed to be said to a person passed there for releasing the guilt and a feeling of peace within is restored.