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Grief, Bereavement Counselling, Banbury

Updated on September 7, 2014

Grief and Bereavement Counselling in Banbury

Counselling in times of grief or bereavement can be helpful in accepting the inevitable and eventually moving on in life. Grief and loss are powerful emotions that, while natural, need to be dealt with positively and in a timely fashion if we are to avoid them becoming negative and destructive to our health and well-being. To grieve is necessary, to let out the emotions associated with loss is vital, to let them go and move on in life is the most difficult but equally necessary requirement. To hold onto grief and loss beyond an appropriate time is unhealthy and self destructive. While events cannot be undone, they happened, the way in which we overcome their effects can be managed such that memories are retained with more positive associations. Call 01869 811893 to talk to someone who will understand your needs.

Whether you need help in overcoming a current concern, just want to feel better about yourself or simply want to get more out of life as a person, The Paloma Centre. has the counselling, coaching and personal therapy support systems to help you.

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the shock and trauma of grief, loss and separation, present or past, and the related effects and emotional and depressive states.

Call David on 01869 811893 or visit our website at

www.thepalomacentre.com

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      let me tell you. before my father died, we (his 9 children) including our mom and his grandchildren prayed around him. we sang and my father died in peace. of course, we cried because we lost him but we accepted the loss. we used rationalization. did we really want father to be alive but suffering or should we let him go? he left us but his memory lives on thru his family

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      sousababy 5 years ago

      For some, this is a very difficult time of year. Bless your heart for helping others, we need more good souls like you here in Canada. Take good care, Rose