Journaling is a powerful tool for coping with grief. Here are some tips to help you get started…
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Today, I was interviewed by grief coach Anne DeButte, author of Grief’s Abyss: Finding Your Pathway to Peace on tips for grief journaling. Here are a few of the ideas I share:
- The difference between journal prompts and techniques
- The two techniques I recommend for journalers who are grieving
- Journaling to process the swirl of emotions that accompany grief
- Minimalist techniques for when it’s difficult to journal
- Giving yourself permission and gentleness
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ABOUT ANNE DEBUTTE
Anne DeButte is a grief coach and author.
Her first book Grief’s Abyss: Finding Your Pathway to Peace was written in response to the confusion and overwhelm that descended on her when her dad died suddenly. Her struggle to make sense of it all is what sent her on her journey to find healing and peace.
Anne is passionate about helping her clients find their own way, and guides them to move through their grief, supporting them to manage the transition from heartbreak to happiness and not get trapped in grief.
When a loved one dies, you enter grief’s abyss.
The process of grieving the loss of a loved one can be confusing, painful, and deeply sad. While it is an experience each of us will encounter in life, grief is often shrouded in mystery and silence. We wonder if we are doing it correctly, if we are recovering too slowly, or if we are the only one to feel hollowed out inside long after the funeral.
Grief’s Abyss is a supportive road map for the mysterious journey through the land of grief, a gentle and wise companion for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one.
Grief’s Abyss: Finding Your Pathway to Peace is available on Amazon.com0