- 2 years ago
We have lots of feelings when our loved ones leave us. I believe the first, and perhaps most important, is shock. Even if yesterday we saw them in hospice or in the hospital, we are still "in shock" when the dreaded phone call comes.
We will discuss shock, and its' partner, fear.
Shock is not all bad (we all know people who react well right after an emergency, then fall apart later). Shock can "free us or freeze us," and that is true of every single loss. And what are we really afraid of?
How do we deal with the shock and fear, how do we move forward to healing? Tune in, you may be surprised.