How to understand, embrace, and restoratively express guilt and regret after loss. Based on Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s book “The Guilt of Grief”.
Guilt and regret are two of the most common feelings in grief. The finality of death allows no more time for apologizing or making amends. There’s no longer room for second chances. And so for many grievers it’s normal to ponder “if-onlys” and experience the pain of mistakes made and opportunities missed.
Shining the healing light of understanding and forgiveness on the guilt and regret of grief is within your power. If you befriend and find restorative ways to express these natural feelings, they will soften. This program offers the compassionate insight and tools you need to evolve from guilt to grace, one healing day at a time.
This series aims to acknowledge and support your grief experience.
This program offered through a partnership with the following non-profits: Kitchen Table Conversations, California Hospice Network, YoloCares, Hospice of Santa Cruz County, and Mission Hospice & Home Care