Uncovering Grief: A Grief Workbook

grief workbook

A year and a half ago I lost my mom to cancer. It was a time of intense emotions. As someone who suffers from anxiety and depression on an almost daily basis, my journey through grief was debilitating.

I shared quite often what I was going through on my blog and each time I would be asked to create a workbook similar to my Self-Love Workbook. My response was always – “eventually.” I didn’t feel ready to guide when I was still on the journey myself. I’m still there now. However, I’ve come to realize that I always will be - but I’ve learned some things I want to share with you.

That’s where Uncovering Grief: A Grief Workbook comes into play.

It’s everything that I’ve learned/felt/experienced translated in such a way that you will be guided through those things as well. I want to comfort. Provide coping skills. Encourage you to love yourself through the process.

It’s broken up into four main sections.

The Before: A section that focuses on memories, stories and the things that you love and adored about the person that you lost.

The In-between: A space to reflect and explore thoughts and feelings when someone you love is in critical care or dealing with a terminal diagnosis.

The Loss: Your thoughts, feelings, and experiences in the aftermath of your loss.

The After: When the dust has settled and your life is completely different and you have to acclimate to your new world and your new self.

What You’re Getting in the Grief Workbook

-99-page print-at-home .pdf (There’s also a black and white version, and a version with no background for easy printing)

-PDF has digital fill-in enabled which means you can fill out straight from your computer

-Self-Care for three stages of Grief (The in-between, the Loss, and the After)

-The 10 Emotions of Grief: Denial, Bargaining, Depression, Anger, Acceptance, Guilt, Acceptance, Detachment, Anxiety, Helplessness and how to practice self-care for each of them.

-A chart to track your grief

-A look at different models and views on grief

grief workbook