Good Grief ... It is possible!

..... possible in a wholistic way

Processing emotion is the key to holistic health and well-being. Grief is a natural response to loss and the size of the grief depends on the size of the love lost. The pain can be overwhelming and help is required to walk the journey. Whatever your loss this brief overview will help give you the tools to a better understanding of your own heart. Beyond that it builds resilience to seek further assistance! Grief can be a roller coaster so why not have a companion along for the ride! This course is the start!

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to Good Grief: an introduction to growing through grief

    • A Message from Cynthia

    • How to use this platform

    • Before we begin...

  • 2

    Grief Defined

    • Welcome video

    • Five Stages of Processing

    • Denial -- Disbelief!

    • Anger -- Where do I put it?!

    • Bargaining -- Can this be changed?

    • Apathy -- Who CARES!?

    • Acceptance - There is light!

    • Quick overview!

  • 3

    Sticking with it

    • How does it show up?

    • Observations

    • Let's talk about YOU!

    • And the future is yours ..

    • In closing ...

    • Q&A, Resources and Further Reading

    • Before you go...

Grieving is a Spiritual Process

Spirituality: living fully and successfully

Spirituality is not divorced from the psychological, social, and physical dimensions of life and grief is tied so close to our spiritual health. Our model of the world, basic understanding of what it means to be human is steeped in our grievances and the processing of them!

Why this course?

If you answer 'yes' then this course is for you!

  • Is it time for you to move on with your life?

  • Are you weighed down and don't know why?

  • Do you sometimes ask yourself, is what I am feeling normal?

Instructor

Spiritual Care Provider and Educator

Cynthia Breadner

Cynthia Breadner is the founder, developer and creator of growing programs focusing on Spiritual Education. Cynthia has worked with the aging population, caring for their spiritual wellness since 2004 and has focused on spiritual development and growth since 1993. After spending over 20 years in the caregiving community, she has gained vast knowledge through both experience and academics. Cynthia has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Religious Studies, with a minor in Gerontology and has completed a Master of Divinity. She is a spiritual care provider in LTC. She is a mother, grandmother, athlete, triathlete, hiker and cyclist. Find her adventures in many ways #dancynadventures