Jan 27, 2021
"Everyone's experience of grief is unique - there is no "right" way to grieve."
Grief is a normal reaction to any major loss. If you've lost a loved one during the pandemic, you may have experienced complicated grief. The normal feelings of yearning and sadness may have been complicated by not being able to be with your loved one or not even being able to go through normal rituals that can bring a sense of comfort and closure. Maybe during the pandemic, you've experienced other serious losses - loss of a job, the breakup of a significant relationship, loss of a long term friendship or you've been diagnosed with a serious illness (including COVID-19). All of these losses can also be a cause for grieving.
In this podcast, you will learn:
>>What are the signs that you are having a grief
>>How binge eating, food addiction, and emotional eating are a normal response to grief and loss.
>>How to manage your grief, cope with losses during the pandemic – lessons learned from personal experience.