Grief is our processing of loss. Loss comes in all forms (i.e. death, divorce, break-up, job loss, ending of a friendship, etc.) Emotions that often accompany grief are guilt, anger, sadness, and despair. There is no right or wrong way to grieve – everyone’s grief process is unique to them and their own experiences. After the loss, there is a period of adjustment to life without what we lost. This period of adjustment varies for each person. At times, we can get stuck in our grief or we may just need help processing our grief. Therapy can help organize our thoughts and feelings related to the loss. We can figure out how to maintain connection with what has been lost, while moving forward and creating new connections.