Grief timeline for miscarriages

Grief and Loss Specialist Claire Chew Gillenson, MA, explains how the timeline of grief depends on the person and shares tips on how to best get through the grieving process
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Grief timeline for miscarriages

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So grief doesn’t really have any timeline. It doesn’t matter if you had a miscarriage two weeks ago, six months ago, a year ago – it’s important just to let the grief ebb and flow as it comes. Just really recognize that you’re going to have good days and you have bad days and when you have those bad days, just allow yourself to have it. If you can take a mental health day from work, do so. Take some time out to really reflect on what this loss means to you. Journal, take a walk – do whatever it needs to take to really set with those emotions and then write them down, talk it out to get them through, so that you can move through the journey of grief and heal. Recognize that this is just a normal part of the healing process. And that as your grief journey is unique, so are you and your timeline is yours.
PREGNANCY, Miscarriage and Loss

Grief and Loss Specialist Claire Chew Gillenson, MA, explains how the timeline of grief depends on the person and shares tips on how to best get through the grieving process

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Claire Chew, MA

Grief & Loss Specialist

Claire Chew is a Life Transformation/Grief Coach based in Los Angeles, serving clients locally in Southern California and globally via Skype. Her work has been featured in Marie Claire, InStyle, Martha Stewart's Living, Body + Soul, and on Good Morning America. Claire brings an integrative approach to her life coaching, melding Eastern and Western philosophies with a focus on the whole of our being: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Her proven methods help empower individuals to create their own joy and happiness while moving through life transitions. Claire specializes in grief that is not part of mainstream conversations: pet loss, miscarriage, pregnancy loss, suicide and recovery. A published author, speaker and educator, she is the founder of Luxepets.


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