Discovery to Recovery Program

What Is Grief?

Grief is normal and natural. It is the response of sorrow, heartache, and confusion from losing someone or something significant to you.

There are no rehearsals for grief; can grief be measured? No. Grief is messy. There is no one prescribed way to do it. Grief is something that no one ever escapes.

When we go through it, it can seem ubiquitous. There are many types and degrees of grief; deep pockets of anguish and intense feelings following a death, divorce or another significant loss event in our lives.

Some say, “Grief is a journey one can only take alone.” As a Bereavement Coach, I’m afraid I have to disagree. Grieving alone is unhealthy, and it can prolong your grief and prohibit your recovery.

Remember back to when you were a child or a time in your past when something went wrong or something upsetting happened to you. How did you respond? You probably reacted in the most natural way we like to go and find someone to talk to, someone we can share with what has upset us, a person we know will listen. 

Yet when we suffer a loss, why do we think is it helpful to us to grieve alone?

Why Choose The Discovery to Recovery Program?

Discovery to Recovery is an easy to follow 7 Step Program based on the Grief Recovery Method®. Where you will discover a unique approach that will guide you in recovering from the grief you are currently enduring because you have been bereaved in the past or recently.

This program is a simple yet heartful way to resolve how you think, feel, communicate and behave because you have lost someone or something significant to you.

With this Discovery to Recovery Program, you really can discover for yourself how to naturally reconcile those feelings that have stopped you from healing the loss or completing the unfinished business linked to the death of a loved one or less than a loved one.

And as you go through the steps and reveal how this program worksyou will begin to become aware of and notice an affirmative change in your life.

As your Bereavement Recovery Coach, I with be here for you on this healing journey and guide you as you identify and move on from the destructive behaviours and beliefs. That has kept you at present stuck in your grief to become happier, healthier and embrace life once again.

This Discovery to Recovery program delivers in a present conscious context that allows you to effortlessly learn how to reconcile feelings of guilt and any uncomplete business linked to your loss and move beyond it. So you can be sure there will be positive differences in your personal and professional life.

What is Recovery?

  • Grief recovery means feeling better.
  • Claiming your circumstances instead of your circumstances claiming you and your happiness.
  • Finding new meaning in living — without fear of being hurt again.
  • Enjoying fond memories without having them precipitate painful feelings of regret or remorse.
  • Acquiring the skills not taught during childhood, the skills that allow us to deal with loss directly.


This program is the only grief support programme with an evidence-based scientifically proven to help you move through and beyond the pain of grief and exceeds a “best practice” or “promising approach” in dealing with emotional pain.

Meaning there is high confidence that when you follow this Recovery Program, you can once again feel comfortable and confident in yourself. Talk openly and share memories or stories without fear of fighting back your words or emotions.

This grief recovery program helps grievers deal with those things they wish might have been different, better or had more. It gives grievers the chance to address their dreams and hopes for the future, which is not the future they had planned.

While helping deal with the words left unspoken and the lost relationship they thought would cause them pain for the rest of their lives. 

All these things may sound too good to be true; however, this research shows the dream of a better tomorrow is possible, thanks to the Discovery to Recovery Program.

Benefits of Working With a Bereavement Recovery Coach;


Before you start the program, you will receive a free 30-minute “LISTEN & HEALING” call by phone or online via Zoom. In this time, 

  • We will chat a little about “What Happened?”
  • Establish if there is anything you wish had been different, better or more.
  • Explain the concept of unresolved grief almost always being about undelivered communications of an emotional nature.
  • Explain how the program delivers this in a structured way.

In essence, the Discovery to Recovery guides you and brings you in a soulful way, moving forward to rejuvenate your broken heart by reconciling your past, healing the present and embracing your future.

Remember when you book your Free “LISTEN & HEALING” call to ask about the Money Back Guarantee.

Grief: The 40+ Events That Can Be Triggers

The Grief Recovery Institute®, founded almost 40 years ago by John James and Russell Friedman, provides training throughout the United States and Canada with affiliates in Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Sweden, Africa, and the United Kingdom.

The Grief Recovery Institute states that “stress” is another word for “grief.”

It defines grief as the result of the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or change in a familiar behaviour pattern. More simply stated, it is the normal and natural reaction to any change that occurs in life.

Here are some of the most common types of loss.

  • Death of a Family Member/Partner or Close Friend
  • Marriage or Relationship Breakup
  • Loss of Faith
  • Loss of a Job
  • Death of a Pet
  • Empty Nest
  • Loss of Personal Health or Physical Ability
  • Loss due to Serious Illness of a Loved One
  • Loss of Financial Security

Click here for the full blog about the 40+ events that trigger grief. 

Some people say, “Grief is a journey one can only take alone.” As a Bereavement Recovery Coach, I respectfully disagree. Grieving alone is unhealthy and leads to prolonging your grief. 

Remember back to when you were a child or a time in your past when something went wrong, or something upsetting happened to you. How did you respond? You probably reacted most naturally and found someone you felt safe to talk with, someone you can share with what has upset you, a person who will listen. 

Yet when we suffer a loss, why do we think is it helpful to grieve alone, or is the answer?


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