Not only am I still in the throes of mourning my mother, which feels like an endless trudge through the Sahara, I recently lost my grandmother. This, compounded with a transition of a profound romantic thing I am dealing with a deep longing for a space to reconcile if only just a little bit.
I feel that I've been hit over and over again with things that are so emotionally jarring that to give it any attention would result in my being completely shattered and immobilized. But what I fear beyond that is what will happen if I continue to ignore my grief. And I believe we all need tools for this.
Alua Arthur is facilitating a workshop in one week that will be geared towards developing familiarity with these processing tools to carry us through grief. Whether you are dealing with the loss of a job, or the loss of a relationship, or the loss of a loved one, this is important work that we have an opportunity to embrace.
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