A big part of the grieving process is learning to embrace your individual experience, because no two experiences of grief will be exactly alike...being open about your own experience may also help someone else feel less alone in theirs.
BERKELEY, Calif. (PRWEB) June 27, 2022
When grief shakes one’s world, coping, healing, and recovery aren’t always instinctual. To help guide the many possible experiences of grieving, Supportiv, the on-demand peer-to-peer mental health service, releases a new collection of grief articles and resources.
Supportiv CEO & Co-Founder Helena Plater-Zyberk speaks to the escalating societal need for grief resources: “With over one million COVID deaths in the US to date, an estimated nine million people are currently grieving a loved one for that reason alone. However, deaths are just one of the many types of grief-worthy events one might face. For example, each year, hundreds of thousands get divorced, receive difficult medical diagnoses, and see the ends of friendships.”
“What happens when others don’t understand what you are mourning? So many grief-worthy events still feel marginalized from discussions about grieving: becoming estranged from family members, experiencing ethnic or racial inequity, or mourning the past that shaped your current struggles–just to name a few,” shares Supportiv Co-Founder Pouria Mojabi. “A big part of the grieving process is learning to embrace your individual experience, because no two experiences of grief will be exactly alike. That said, being open about your own experience may also help someone else feel less alone in theirs.”
Supportiv’s new grief articles and resources (https://www.supportiv.com/grief) deliver considerations and guidance to get through the grieving process–no matter what set the process in motion.
Topics in the collection include:
- What "Should" Grief Feel Like?
- You Can Grieve As Long As You Need To
- Why Is It Hard To Talk About Grief?
- How Grief Can Confuse Your Coping Mechanisms
- Resources For Dealing With Any Kind Of Grief
- Disenfranchised Grief And Misunderstood Loss
- How To Start Healing Grief By Shifting Your Outlook
- How To Help When Your Coworker Is Grieving
- Unique Tips For Getting Through Grief
- Grieving The Past That Underlies Your Mental Health Struggles
- Journal Prompts For Grief and Healing
- Grieving The Loss Of Someone Who Is Still Alive
- Rethinking Your Future After A Difficult Diagnosis
- After the Loss of a Pet, Put Grief and Healing First
- How To Cope After A Coworker’s Suicide
- Covid’s Disproportionate Filipino-American Deaths: Grieving And Coping
- Process Your Stages Of Grief (worksheet)
Find help processing grief in the full article collection at https://www.supportiv.com/grief.
In addition to its peer-to-peer support network, relevant Supportiv articles and tips also surface in real-time inside its 24/7 peer support chats. By typing a few words in response to the question: “What’s your struggle?” users are matched in under a minute to topic-specific peer-to-peer group chats for anonymous support–from feeling lonely to irritated, from dating to divorce, and from panic to depression. Even experiences regarding anger, trauma, and discrimination are up for discussion in Supportiv’s anonymous peer support chats.
Supportiv has already enabled over 1.1 million users to feel less lonely, anxious, stressed, misunderstood, and hopeless through its moderator-guided chats with AI-driven content and resource recommendations. See what real users have to say, here: http://www.supportiv.com/users-testimonials.