Grief is a process to adapt to any form of loss, accompanied by a range of feelings from deep sadness to anger. Grief is a normal and natural reaction that can generate from death of a person or pet, loss of a job, failing health, divorce, aging parents or the end of a relationship.
Everyone grieves in their own way and in their own time. One of the many challenges associated with grieving is adjusting to the new reality. It requires developing a new routine, envisioning a different future, and adopting a new sense of identity.
A psychotherapist can support you during bereavement and help you find ways to cope with stress and adaptation. In addition, meditation and mindfulness are great tools to find a comfort zone through turbulence.