Grief is emotional, not intellectual. When you point out a fact about the deceased person’s life, in many cases the griever will begin to think, I shouldn’t feel bad. Instead of feeling safe to talk about their sadness or pain, the griever thinks they should only talk about the positive memories and aspects of the person’s life, instead of being able to share what is on their heart and mind concerning the events leading up to the death or divorce.
Licensed Professional Counselor
National Trainer for The Grief Recovery Institute®
Grief Recovery Specialist
A well-loved speaker, counselor and Grief Recovery Specialist, Bobbie has been guiding individuals successfully for over 20 years.