Bereavement

“It’s been 15 years since my husband passed away, but it still brings me to tears to think about him.”

“I can’t talk about it, it’s too painful.”

“The images in my mind about her death are too much to bear.”

“Some said he was only a dog, they don’t understand how much I loved him and how much he meant to me.”

“I wasn’t there when she died, and I should have been.”

Bereavement is one of the hardest things in life to cope with; please don’t suffer in pain, help is available. With a Kinesiology treatment we can gently reduce the pain of your loss and allow the happy memories to surface.

If you would like to try some self-help, this excellent little book may provide some comfort. On Life after Death by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross M.D.

Click on the picture to see more about it on Amazon.

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