Is This You? Complicated Grief Situations

Loss is a natural part of life. Anticipated loss (retirement, kids leaving the nest, death of an aging parent) are changes for which we can often prepare ourselves. Unexpected loss (spousal affair, sudden death of a loved one, infertility issues) are often more difficult to grieve. Navigating the grieving process and accepting our losses are essential if we are to journey through life successfully.

The loss of a child is probably the most difficult challenge a parent will ever face.

Have you experienced one of these situations?

  • unable to have a child
  • miscarriage or stillbirth
  • regret over an abortion
  • death of a born child

Any of these situations can contribute to a profound grieving process, impacting not only you, but also your spouse, other children, extended family, friends, etc.

CALL NOW for help through your grieving: 859-292-8888.

"Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending."
- Maria Robinson