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How Much More am I Going to Lose?

 

When someone dies, we lose not only them, but many things attached to them. The losses can pile up quickly. 

Missing You is Exhausting

Grief is exhausting. Missing someone can be incredibly draining. Everything seems like a solo climb of Mount Everest. 


I Have More Questions Than I Realized

Loss generates questions - lots of them. Many of them have no satisfying answers, yet our hearts must ask them anyway. 

 

Please Forgive Me

Forgiveness can be a huge part of our grieving process. Forgiving ourselves is often the biggest challenge of all. 


From the Grieving Heart:

My Guilt List Has No End

Guilt is not our friend, yet he comes visiting often. At times, it seems there is no end to the things we wonder about and can feel guilty for. 


I Can't Get Enough Air

Anxiety can be a terrible thing. It can hijack a life. In grief, our anxiety baseline naturally rises. Panic attacks can come out of the blue.


Who's Next?

When loss hits, it shakes our world. Everything seems to change. Suddenly, we realize we could lose anyone at any time. Fear begins to invade.


Where Did Everyone Go?

When loss hits, our world changes. This includes our relationships. No one seems to understand. People disappear. We wonder, "Where did everyone go?"

I couldn’t fix you

I’ve become so damn exhausted, and I don’t know if it’s from not sleeping or if it’s because I miss you so bad, because before you left was the last full 8 of hours of rest that I had.

Now I stay up until the sun begins to rise,  and until the birds start to chirp, because it’s hard to lie still with all of this hurt.

One Step Forward and Two Steps Back

 

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