How to Navigate Grief If You’re An Introvert

By January 17, 2019 February 15th, 2019 Blog

Are you shy or are an introvert and you’re not sure how you’re going to be able to heal through your grieving process?

There is nothing wrong with being an introvert. You’re a quiet person, and by not wanting to express yourself too much with other people, that is okay. There are ways to deal with this by yourself. What I would like to encourage you to do, is do whatever you need to do first. Don’t worry about anybody else. So don’t think that you’re rude or not being very nice if you’re at a funeral. You tend to keep to yourself. And right now, you need to do what’s best for you. You’ve just gone through a big loss in your life, and you’re going through a lot of different emotions and feelings.

How to Navigate Grief If You’re An Introvert Tip #1
The first place that I would recommend to help you through your grieving process is to watch YouTube videos, go online. There’s like so much information online. Especially, you can even subscribe to my channel here, down below, hit subscribe, and you can start to watch all these videos. And it’ll help you through your grieving process. So, go online, YouTube, just put in the topic that you’re looking for, and you will get some help there. There’s a lot of great support online.

How to Navigate Grief If You’re An Introvert Tip #2
Tip number two is to join a virtual group. That way, you don’t need to talk face-to-face to anybody. You can join a virtual group, like a Facebook group. There are a lot of amazing Facebook groups out there. We have one on Facebook as well. It’s a place where you can go, and you can express yourself through typing, sharing. When we share, it’s very feeling. So I would send you to a virtual group. Facebook has wonderful groups out there.

How to Navigate Grief If You’re An Introvert Tip #3
And the third one is online group coaching. It’s great, and, you’re not doing it one-to-one, which means that you are in a group setting with other people. And also, when others are sharing what they’re experiencing, you’re grabbing the benefit from that, as well. When we do group coaching, it not only helps you, but it also helps others too. That is an amazing thing, as well. It’s a beautiful way to heal, is through a group community. And then that way, you’re not one-on-one all the time and feeling under pressure, like you need to talk a lot.

There is a lot of wonderful online group coaching programs. And the women in my group, they are fantastic. We have like a beautiful community there where they’re able to go and communicate together through typing. There’s a lot of meditations that you can also benefit from, and breath work. So there’s a lot of great programs online. That way, you don’t need to do it all by yourself, you can do it in a community. Then that way you don’t feel like you’re under a lot of pressure. Just know that you are not alone in this and you don’t have to be alone in this. By being a part of something like that, like a group coaching program, you can grab amazing benefits and transformation from that.

Also, journaling, especially at the very beginning and just journaling your thoughts and your feelings. Journaling is a form of therapy, as well, so that is a wonderful practice that you can do on a daily basis. So, I want to hear from you. How are you doing, how are you coping? Please share down below, whatever you’re experiencing. I’m here to serve you. If you love this video, I would love for you to subscribe to my channel, down below, and be a part of the founders club. This is the beginning of something really special, and I’m so glad and happy, to have you be a part of this.

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