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The Grief Checklist

Spend 20 Minutes Per Day Focusing On Grief

By scheduling time this way you are containing or compartmentalizing your grief.

 

And although it may be painful to focus like this, it can make you feel better because you've set aside and dedicated some time for them.

 

It's also sending a clear message to your brain that grieving is important and that you're not neglecting your feelings.

 

In time you might find that you won't need to carve out so much time.

Journal Prompts

These Journal prompts are to help you work out what the new connection is in relation to the person you've lost because we just want to hold on to what we had, but what we have to do is reframe our connection with them.

This exercise helps you develop a new connection with the person who's passed away or the opportunity/relationship which is now gone.

 

This is really important in how to maintain a connection with that person's memory or legacy because how they touched your life is so important.

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The Framework For Tackling Avoidance

These Journal prompts are to help you work out what the new connection is in relation to the person you've lost because we just want to hold on to what we had, but what we have to do is reframe our connection with them.

This exercise helps you develop a new connection with the person who's passed away or the opportunity/relationship which is now gone.

 

This is really important in how to maintain a connection with that person's memory or legacy because how they touched your life is so important.

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