Direction and Grief

Unguided Overwhelmed Not knowing what to do or where to turn. We feel like we have lost our way and do not know what direction we will be heading in, or if the direction we are choosing is the right or best one…… Please see Direction and Grief which covers: Introduction Illustrative examples: Direction and […]

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Triggers Anxiety and Grief

My sister and I are aware the moment our Dad was hospitalised in September 2016 to this very day our anxiety has gone through the roof. We are also aware that triggers can transport us back to moments of the trauma of our Dad’s situation, making us feel like we are literally back in that […]

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Responsibility and Grief

From the moment our Dad was hospitalised in September 2016. Life for our family has never been the same since. We had absolutely no idea what we were about to face. To say we were far from prepared is a huge understatement. In almost every situation we have been in and decisions we’ve had to […]

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End of a Year and Grief

We are coming to the end of another year 2020 and our final blog post for the year. And what a year this has been. Worldwide this has been one of the most challenging and life-changing years in history. The world and the way we knew it has drastically and dramatically changed…. Please see: End […]

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Triggers and Grief

We have decided to write this topic, as we have started to become more aware of situations or circumstances that cause us to think of the times when our Dad was in the hospital. These moments catch us off guard and come from nowhere…. Please see Triggers and Grief which covers: Introduction Illustrative examples of […]

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Delayed Grief

We (my sister and I) weren’t even aware this was a term used. Maybe because as we’re not focusing on the word grief, it’s not something that would have entered our mind. Our experience has made the way we look at things quite altered. We don’t look at things from the mind of someone who […]

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© Copyright 2019 Grief Probate Journey Blog Introduction : In honesty, due to the circumstance of our Dad passing, we as a family still have not even come to terms with it, much less been able to accept it. Therefore, I do not feel that we have even begun to grieve. It has been two […]

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