I'm a qualified counsellor but I haven't found my training and experience to be of any help in regard to the emotional pain and anxiety I live with due to the death of my daughter. But other approaches that encourage use of the emotions have made me more accepting of the changes that have happened in me. I've also found that having a degree of compassion for myself has greatly eased my guilt about not being the person I was before. It would be very wrong for me to speak for anyone else, but I feel that mental and emotional challenges are often compounded by trying to fight them off or remove them. I'm wondering if a number of us could arrange a group Skype. It may be helpful to share feelings and difficulties that way, and perhaps offer useful support. I'm not very good on the technical side of computing, but I believe that a group 'telephone' call could also be done. Feel free to email me if you should wish. firstname.lastname@example.org
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