Grief is a natural response to losses of all kinds.
Nevertheless, it is usually so painful and heart-breaking, and yet we still have to go through it. There are the famous Kubler-Ross
stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. We know now that each of these stages can be experienced
in any order and that they may even repeat themselves as we move through the grieving process. Grieving is usually intense
and involves a myriad of deep feelings which require careful attention. Therapy can provide a safe and respectful place to
sort through the sometimes confusing and intense feelings involved with losses of all kinds.