New York, New York (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
Grieving the death of a mother is a painful process. Many experience grief as riding a roller-coaster. The initial impact of the loss is devastating and feels like that initial, terrifying drop one feels in the first roller-coaster descent. Then you have some good days when you feel like the worst is over, only to drop down again emotionally and physically. Ultimately, there will be good days and bad days. During the first year after losing a mother (or any family member for that matter), the “firsts” are especially painful. While the bereaved often face Mother’s Day with dread, it does get easier and, in time, you will once again find joy in the day. Grief can be a journey towards healing and regaining a sense of stability again.
Nationally known grief expert Edy Nathan MA, LCSW, has helped thousands of people cope with grief and trauma through her work as a psychotherapist and former A & E Television personality. She hosts a series of Turning Grief into Grace Cruises for the bereaved, and lectures extensively in the U.S. and is sought after by media for interviews. Edy offers ten approaches that a person can take who has lost a mother to assist with the healing and integrating the loss into their life and find the Gifts that can come from the process of Grief:
For more inspiration, see Edy’s UTube message: “Mourning Mom on Mother’s Day”
About Edy Nathan MA, LCSW:
Edy is a licensed psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience specializing in the integration of psychotherapy and the world of spirituality. She is a former TV star on the A & Show, “Psychic Kids” and holds Masters from both New York University and Fordham. She has post-graduate training from the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy, The Gestalt Center and the Jungian Institute. She is a certified EMDR practitioner, regression therapist, certified Hypnotherapist and grief expert. She hosts a series of four-night grief cruises each year called “Turning Grief into Grace”. For more information about the cruises, call Tawnee Port at CruisePlanners at: 954-306-9845.
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