We all experience grief in our lives. But when you’re caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another dementia, grief is a regular visitor.
Grieving is natural and it’s OK! But when you let it consume you and take over your life, it becomes a danger to your health and well-being.
In this dementia care workshop, Give Grief Space to Breathe, Kim Adams of YourGriefandLossCoach.com teaches us how to acknowledge and recognize our grief, and then take action to let it move through us.
- What is grief?
- How does grief show up?
- Myths about Grief
- Tips to Recharge Your Energy and Move Through Grief
Please watch the replay by clicking below:
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Be sure to read Kim’s guest post right here on Together in This: Grief Needs Space to Breathe
We also had a 30 minute follow up conversation as part of the Together in This Dementia Conversations series: Dealing with Grief in Caregiving
As discussed in the workshop, to help you continue your educational process, here are the resources we mentioned:
- 5 Myths about Grief & Loss – free pdf from Kim
- Emotional Awareness Worksheet – Together in This resource to help you take action to become aware of your emotions
Questions or thoughts? Let me know by commenting below: