Letting go of someone you love from a death, divorce, or a breakup can be one of the hardest things you will ever do. To avoid more pain, you may be holding onto things that no longer serve you, or avoiding it altogether. When you let go of things, it doesn't mean your loss is now "okay." Instead, it means you are going to be okay.
The sorrow can be so devastating that your world shatters, and may make you feel trapped in a perpetual feeling of "stuck in time" at the moment of loss. It doesn't have to be this way. You do have a choice.
No matter the loss you are suffering whether new or old, you can benefit from discovering how to let go, heal, recover, and move forward instead of moving on. If you have suffered:
The loss of a parent, child, or spouseThe pain of breakupsThe devastation of divorceThe agony of failing on your life's journey
Join Julian on this journey of inner peace, wellness, and finding your release from loss as she gently guides you through the steps of letting go. She shares her tragic losses and how she managed to find her way to inner freedom, healing, and releasing sorrow. If you are trying to cope with a loss, then How to Let Go of Someone You Love; Deal, Heal & Forgive After Loss is for you.