When you grieve you are grieving for you, not the other person.
It is the same whether you have lost a loved one or know you will lose a loved one – through something like a terminal illness. You are grieving for you, not them.
When you are grieving a future loss, you are grieving for a future you may not have with them, the loss you may feel and the changes it will bring to your life.
You are focused on the future – not on the present moment. This moment – where you could be enjoying the time you have with them.
In this week’s episode of The Soul Work I talk about what happens when you turn the tables on grief – and how to do that.
Tell me in the comments below, what are your experiences of grief?
ABOUT GINA BATTYE
Described as “Britain’s equivalent to Oprah Winfrey”, Gina Battye is one of the world’s hottest rising stars.
Gina is an internationally sought after & award-winning author, coach & speaker. She is the creator of Soul Quest™ & The Soul Work, and the leading LGBTQ voice in the self-help world.
Soul Quest™ is a 6 month experiential self-discovery programme for women leaders and business owners who feel unfulfilled and want more meaning and purpose in their life.
Gina leads individuals and groups on adventures, throughout the UK, Europe and around the world.
The Soul Work consists of powerful strategies to break down your old conditioning and beliefs, fears and doubts and all those things that are holding you back from being who you truly are AND showing up in the world as you came here to be.
For more about Gina’s Soul Quest™ visit http://ginabattye.com/soul-quest