MINDFULNESS & GRIEF Coping With Grief & Loss Through Meditation, Yoga & Journaling

Coping with grief when your loved one has died may seem like an impossible task. Few words bring comfort, and there is no quick fix for a broken heart. In addition to overwhelming sadness, many of us feel stuck and unsure of how to proceed with life after loss.

There is no right or wrong way to cope with grief—as long as you are not causing yourself harm. It is a natural process that all of us experience in our own way. The 5 Stages of grief have long been disproved, and time is not what heals grief. It is, in fact, what you do with your time that matters.

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Heather Stang

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Heather Stang is a thanatologist, mindfulness speaker, and author of the grief book Mindfulness & Grief: With Guided Meditations To Calm Your Mind & Restore Your Spirit. Her focus on teaching others to use mindfulness-based techniques to reduce stress, cope with grief, and cultivate personal growth is inspired by her own journey of love, loss and posttraumatic growth. Heather is best known for using present moment awareness to relieve suffering, cope with and eventually reengage with life after loss. She is also a contributor to Techniques of Grief Therapy: Assessment and Intervention, edited by Robert Neimeyer, and the founder of the Frederick Meditation Center in Maryland. Find Heather's free guided meditations and grief articles at http://www.mindfulnessandgrief.com.

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