By Debbie Singh

Debbie Singh

Bereavement Coach

When children grieve, we feel the need to protect them, however, they need to experience the feelings and grow from them - we should affirm the fact that they are feeling bad & not feel the need to fix them. Equally, we should speak about our feelings as they mirror our actions, if we Lock ourselves away to 'grieve' they will do the same.

Debbie is the writer and voice of our weekly podcast series, Whispers of the soul available here on success4.co.uk
www.debbiesingh.com

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WHISPERS OF THE SOUL – DISENFRANCHISED GRIEF

Disenfranchised grief is a term describing grief that is not acknowledged by society. Examples of events leading to disenfranchised grief are the death of a friend, the loss of a pet, a trauma in the family a generation prior,[1] the loss of a home or place of residence particularly in the case of children, who generally have little or no control in such situations, and whose grief may not be noticed or understood by caregivers.

In this weeks Podcast the UK’s NO1 Grief Coach Debbie Singh talks about the dangers and pain cause by not having your grief acknowledged.

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