Through a series of coaching sessions Jane took me from a place of confusion and inactivity to a new airier space where clarity started to reign and my self-esteem grew.  She is gentle, respectful, creative, insightful and unafraid to cut through those stories that do not serve the core purposes of gaining self-knowledge and promoting personal growth.  She has led me to a place where I feel validated and purposeful and I have a new found wealth of creative visualisations that I am able to draw on now and in the future.  What a valuable journey, both professionally and personally, this has been. 

You are a wonderful woman Jane Cann.

Helen Fletcher

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Dealing with unresolved grief

Grief is a natural human response to losing someone or something.

Grief can be associated with death of a loved one and may be human or animal (sometimes the love we have for pets may transcend the love we have for people).

Grief may also be associated with losing a position in society. For example; retirement, retrenchment or redundancy.  The feelings of shock, denial, anger and resentment are equally as strong as losing a loved one.

There is no “right time” to stop grieving. Grief can occur over many years and it is up to the individual to decide when the act of grieving is no longer resourceful or sustainable. 

Often, the greatest barrier to releasing unresolved grief is the assumption that the intensity of grief is proportionate to the love felt for the individual or situation.

During a Life Coaching Intensive the main aim is to release the grief with great compassion and gentleness and replace it with love and gratitude for the person/situation. This allows you to reconnect with the deep love and gratitude felt before the grief and to release the strong emotional response of sadness and regret. 

Contact me to discuss how I can help you deal with any unresolved grief.