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Are you suffering from a broken heart?

Learn the actions that allow you to let go of the pain following:

  • Death

  • Pet loss

  • Loss of health

  • Job loss

  • Relationship

  • Moving

People say you have to let go and move on in your life, but they don't tell you how. The Grief Recovery Method Support Group, developed and refined over the past 30 years, teaches you how to recover from loss with supportive guidance every step of the way. 

Help the children in your care

Whether the child in your care has been bereaved, is about to face bereavement or they have experienced other significant emotional losses following divorce, house moves, changing school, being adopted, fostered, bullied or a myriad of other losses having the correct information at your fingertips can make a significant difference to their progress and well being.

Ideals for:

  • Parents

  • Teachers

  • Grand Parents

  • Youth Workers

  • Health Carers

  • Social Workers

  • and many more

Letting go of the pain following Pet Loss

If you've found yourself almost inconsolable after your pet died, please know that you're normal. If you've found that your family & friends don't seem to understand the level of your grief, please know that, too, is normal. 

Without comparing our relationships with our pets to those with people, we know that, because of the unique emotional relationships we have with our pets, their deaths produce a level of pain that is difficult to describe.

"We're taught how to acquire things,   not what to do when we lose them"

            John W. James, The Grief Recovery Handbook

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