How to Handle Grieving & Loss?
The loss of someone you knew well can be very difficult to move on from. It can be even more difficult for children as they cope with death for the first time. Many people have found hypnotherapy to be an effective way to help manage these emotions and move on but not forget.
We’ll help you during these difficult times
Hypnotherapy Can Help Process Grief
Hypnotherapy provides a safe environment where the patient feels validated and ready to finally release all the pain they have held onto unknowingly for years.
Hypnotherapy can help address unresolved feelings of grief by reaching into the subconscious mind where these suppressed emotions are stored. The patients are regressed to the event that caused the unresolved emotions.
Patients are then able to choose how they want to process their suppressed feelings. Some patients tell their loved ones all the things left unsaid. Patients with pent up anger and pain can physically release all the accumulated pain and anger by using a punching bag or screaming into a pillow. It can be incredibly challenging to deal with emotions that were buried so deep for years, but hypnotherapy is here to help.
Through hypnotic suggestion, we’re able to help you understand your loss from other perspectives and go through the stages of grief. Reactions to loss are vary depending on the influence that person had on your life and your mental state prior to the loss.
The first thing your hypnotherapist will do is help you understand that grief is natural and the grieving process takes time. Usually, the most effective way to overcome loss is finding support from friends and family especially those who were also affected by the loss of a loved one.
If you still feel overwhelming emotion and stuck in the stages of grief, Hypnotherapy maybe your best solution.
As we guide your mind into a relaxed mental state, we’ll help you get through the stages of loss sometimes after just one session.
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How to Help Your Child Cope with Grief?
Loss brings about various emotions such as numbness, denial, confusion, anxiety, guilt, regret, and sadness. It is immensely challenging to cope with as an adult. It seems like no matter how many times we experience loss; it never gets easier. If grief is challenging for an adult, it can be devasting for a child.
Parents should not hide loss from their children; instead, they should allow them to see that it is normal to feel sad and upset. Parents should answer whatever questions the children may have concretely and honestly. They should not offer ambiguous responses such as “they passed away,” which can confuse them. The most important thing you can do is validate your child’s feelings and support them every step of the way.
Should we hide death from children?
Sometimes parents view children as incapable of experiencing complex emotions; parents fail to acknowledge that children share the same feelings as adults. To “shield” the child, parents may hide their grief and minimize the event or neglect it entirely. However, the child still notices the absence of their loved one; they are fully capable of experiencing grief and the pain it brings. Not receiving an appropriate explanation only causes confusion and unresolved emotions.
After invalidating the child’s feelings, parents may attempt to overcompensate through material means. However, offering to buy sweets or toys so long as they stop crying does not take the pain away. It merely creates a belief that they will be rewarded when they suppress their emotions. This belief may lead to the development of unhealthy behaviors that persist even during adulthood. The child becomes an adult without knowing how to deal with pain and loss healthily and often turn to toxic coping mechanisms like impulse buying every time negative emotions arise.