It's Ok That You're Not Ok: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't Understand

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It's Ok That You're Not Ok: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't Understand

It's Ok That You're Not Ok: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't Understand

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In a culture that leaves us all woefully unprepared to navigate grief, Megan Devine's book is a beacon for a better way of relating. At one point, she quotes a third party who asserts that our ‘only choice’ is to ‘become larger and more courageous and more compassionate.

But many, many, many therapists have dealt with their own grief and trauma; often bringing them to their own therapeutic journey and their own desire to become a therapist. This is best suited for people dealing with grief themself or someone who is trying to get ressources on how to help/support a grieving person. It’s OK That You’re Not OK is a book for grieving people, those who love them, and all those seeking to love themselves―and each other―better. Megan Devine offers a loving, holistic, and honest vision of what it means to 'companion each other inside what hurts.

It's OK That You're Not OK is the perfect how-to manual to help heal and support ourselves, each other, and our death-avoidant society. How to help the people you love-with essays to teach us the best skills, checklists, and suggestions for supporting and comforting others through the grieving process Many people who have suffered a loss feel judged, dismissed, and misunderstood by a culture that wants to solve grief. That unacknowledged pain results in burnout, disconnection, and a distinct lack of empathy for others who hold seemingly opposing views.

I agree that beauty and devastation are both facets of life (in line with the book's attempt to redefine happiness). At one point, the book asserts that our mind and heart will eventually adapt because they are built that way, whether we like it or not. It helps the grief-stricken cope with well-meaning attempts to "fix" them, and points out that death isn't fixable.a) not OK to OK, but you can stop anytime between the two extremes of ‘eternally broken” and ‘happily ever after,” where you feel most comfortable. Watch the documentary The Wisdom of Trauma exploring Gabor Maté’s work to understand the connection between illness, addiction, trauma, and society. Be willing to stand beside the gaping hole that has opened in your friend's life, without flinching or turning away. In the just under three years since, Leanne has continued to grow the virtual reality fitness community, Supernatural. Megan Devine approaches this topic from two sides; being a professional therapist and grief-counselor, as well as having experiences the deep grief and trauma of witnessing the accidental death of her partner.

I am so thankful for all of the wonderful people who took time to review this book and lead me to it. When a painful loss or life-shattering event upends your world, here is the first thing to know: there is nothing wrong with grief. Megan Devine shows us that rather than treat grief as an illness to recover from, we can approach it with warmth and understanding. This is where the “self-help-part” comes in, as it offers concrete tips on how to navigate everyday-life without trying to fix your grief, and place in perspective some of the unhelpful or even stupid rhetoric you will encounter from other people.She helms a consulting practice in Los Angeles and serves as an organizational consultant for the healthcare and human resources industries. Get the best-selling book on grief in over a decade, It’s Ok that You’re Not OK, wherever you get books. It also perfectly evaluates what our western culture and medical establishment get wrong about grief. Registration is open now for Megan Devine’s 6 month online Grief Care Professional Certificate Program.

Most people in grief do realize that others are trying to show they care when they say these things.From this dual-perspective she paints a well-rounded picture of the different realities of grief; the grief she felt as well as the grief she’s witnessed with clients. Her latest book, No Cure For Being Human (and Other Truths I Need to Hear), grapples with her diagnosis, her ambition, and her faith as she tries to come to terms with limitations in a culture that says anything is possible.



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