Have you suffered a loss of trust recently? Have you met with an accident or suffered loss of your favourite pet? End of relationship, death of loved ones, sudden loss of health or finances etc. may lead to emotional turmoil and you may be searching for ways to overcome grief. No school or institution has taught you how to cope with your worries, emotional wounds and concerns. So, what should you do? Should you be left all alone to fend for yourself? Or do you deserve a caring and listening heart that will help you cope emotionally and come in terms with your grief? Of course, some aid would go a long way in the path of recovery and happiness. Ontario grief recovery is facilitated by certified, highly experienced, empathetic counsellors.
Cope up with employee concerns
If you are running a business or are in charge of an organization, you know that people are your greatest assets. Your employees are your competitive advantage vis- -vis your competitors. So, it falls under your responsibility to see that each of them is in her or his best mental and emotional state to stay productive. It may not be possible for you to counsel the employees in case they have suffered emotional set back. However, if they are not in their best state of mind, it will hamper your work and opportunities.
Emotional concerns may lead to the following difficulties:
1. Loss of productivity.
2. Lack of focus.
3. Accumulation of Unresolved grief leading to cost.
4. Tardiness and absenteeism.
You may feel inadequate to determine what soothes a grieving heart and what aggravates grief.
What you can do in that case is to arrange for Ontario Grief Recovery Support for your employees to addresses their issues and help them heal themselves.
The counselor will be more than happy to address your employees and help them embark on the path of healing.
Signs of grief
It is better to always look for the early signs of grief and get those addressed as soon as possible.
1. Extreme exhaustion and fatigue without much reason.
2. Distraction and lack of focus.
3. Grief outbursts.
4. Pain in chest due to grief (condition called broken heart).
5. Overeating or poor appetite, eating connection to the state of emotion.
6. Feeling of numbness.
7. Excessive sensitivity to sound and the need for silence.
8. Sleep difficulties.
9. Feeling of uncertainty without the loved one by the side in the journey of life.
10. Becoming a Social recluse and avoiding companionship.
Extreme grief manifests itself in different somatic or psycho-somatic symptoms. It is best to identify it as soon as possible and take the necessary actions.
There is no glory in suffering all by you. If you have happened to suffer any grief that become unbearable, simply talk; talk to yourself, talk to loved ones and talk to the counsellors to experience healing and recovery from what once seemed to be insuperable. Ontario grief counsellor will provide you with the opportunity to confront your grief and work towards alleviating it.