Welcome to Journey Through Loss    

     "The death of a loved one changes us.  It effects how we think, live and who we are.  Grief continues just as we continue to love the one who has died.  What does and can subside is the pain, anguish and hopelessness that accompanies grief.  Healing is not about getting over grief or finding closure.  Healing is about adjusting to a new "normal" and creating a life and identity that includes hope even in the absence of the one we love."  

Thank you for visiting,  Julie Siri


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Grief is as unique as a fingerprint

Grieving is different for every person. The anguish, the fog, and the loneliness create a deep desire for answers and a return to normalcy. These themes are common but the process of grieving, " the journey" is influenced by many variables. How a person died, when they died, type of relationship, support, culture, spriritual beliefs and even society are just a few of the concepts that impact the healing process. From a simplistic perspective grief is intimate. Grief is personal, and the journey is uniquely your own.