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If you’re reading this, it is safe to assume you’re hurting.  Perhaps you’ve tried many things; read many books, thousands of analytical conversations with friends, read blogs, liked and hearted, and shared countless positive affirmation memes on Instagram and Facebook ( I can hang with the best of the sharers, too! Nothing wrong with that)

Somehow hoping that the next thing you read or hear will finally heal you. This A-ha! moment will be the one that sticks.

That you would finally be ready for that relationship you really want.

That you would finally be able to look in the mirror and love not only what you see, but who you see.

Or let go of what you wish you could of done differently,better, or more in that last relationship.

Or that you would be able to have the courage to live the life that you know deep down you are meant for.

Or to make peace with the hopes and expectations of where you thought you’d be, or with who you thought you’d be by now.

This is unresolved grief. and I know the pain first hand of unresolved grief. And how it grows and stifles.  And changes the lens that we see our life and relationships through.

A sense of not being good enough.

For many years, I didn’t know how to let go of the pain I felt. Oh, I am a good person, but I’m not perfect. And there was a time when that just wouldn’t do. Even though logically that didn’t make sense  (no one’s perfect). But, it didn’t feel possible to let go of that expectation. Hanging onto the sometimes frantic”I know”, when a lot of times, I really didn’t and it scared me.

How do I heal?

How do I stop scrambling to connect and care for others when I am really the one that needs to be taken care of?

How do I learn to say no and not just “Yes, because I don’t know how to say no”?

How do I let go of the should have, could have, would have’s and learn to embrace this only moment I really have..this very one?

To get to what’s real. Without all the overthinking about all those things that feel like they really matter. To have the awareness to identify and focus on those things we can change, rather than those we can’t(and really have no business changing).

I still don’t know everything..but I do have a method that works fabulously well to help you regain a sense of enoughness and well being. Grief Recovery Method has transformed the way that I look at relationships and events that have caused me pain. Through unresolved grief counseling,I will guide you in identifying and communicating your emotional truth to let go of the past pain and see your life through a completely different lens, joy and gratitude.

If you have questions about how this will work,that’s ok. In fact questions are fabulous and sometimes, necessary. Because it’s a start. A curiosity for what we don’t know yet. Especially when YOU’re in my office. I invite you, if you have curiosity of whether meeting with me could be just the space you need right now in your life to begin to be curious about all things you, to act on it and give me a call.

 

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9330 Baseline St , Unit #102
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91701

jennifer@jennifernashnaiyertherapy.com
(626) 733-7087

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