Some losses in life are inevitable. We may lose a parent or friend, a pet or partner, a treasured item, a home, career, social connections or a memory of a meaningful event. Other people can be unsympathetic over our grief, break-ups, unfulfilled longings or losses which they themselves see as trivial. They may tell us to snap out of it, that life goes on or that time heals all wounds but we may be locked into the loss we feel and may need help to process those feelings and to live life to the full afterwards. 

Loss can affect us all, whatever age we are. Adults often assume children are 'resilient' because they can't articulate how they feel. But they experience pain, confusion and anxiety just like adults and often have to suffer these feelings alone and in silence because no one is listening.



Living with loss doesn't have to be about losing our selves. With support, we can re-align our lives to claim the joy we deserve and to embrace a new way of being, even while  remembering the past and acknowledging the severing or diminishing of lost relationships and lost opportunities.


NCPS / BACP / UKCP accredited and DBS checked counsellors

Tel: 07817 563 389 



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