During grief you may find your mood swinging back and forth between guilt and anger. Or you may feel depression and anxiety shifting quickly inside. These mood swings can cause you to feel stuck and confused about your grief.

You may find yourself directing anger at yourself or at your deceased loved one or perhaps another person. You may feel guilty about things said or left unsaid.

Anxiety and depression can keep your stress level high during grief. It may be difficult to sort out the impact these feelings are having on your grief process.

My new email class will help you understand the many ways grief may be impacting your life.

Awareness is key to understanding. Through this six week class you will learn to identify how confusion and lack of understanding may be preventing you from making the choices you need to move beyond grief.

Author's Bio: 

Sandy Clendenen lost her husband and best friend in 1999, after twenty-one years of marriage. Her grief process was lengthy and complex. Sandy felt stuck in layers of unresolved grief. As part of her heaing, Sandy filled numerous journals with her thoughts and feelings. A review of these journals several years later revealed insights into the grief process which Sandy is now committed to sharing with other grievers. Sandy attended seminary for 3 years. She also received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology. Sandy has also worked in various areas of hands on healing. Sandy incorporates her vast personal experience and education into her grief coaching products and services. http://movebeyondgrief.com

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