A STRAIGHT-TO-THE-POINT ONLINE COURSE FOR ANYONE STRUGGLING TO MOVE FORWARD WITH THEIR LIFE AND CAREER AFTER A SIGNIFICANT EMOTIONAL LOSS USING WRITING AS A FORM OF THERAPY
As the host of The Segilola Salami Show podcast, I noticed, over the years, that a number of my guests on the show talked about, albeit indirectly, how they themselves suffered with unresolved grief for many years. Even some of the listeners of the show left comments sharing how they could also relate to those episodes as they had their own experiences too. This got me thinking ... how could I use my own experiences to help others?
You see, I also struggled from unresolved grief for several years after my mother passed away. I was incapable of functioning, most days I was just numb. It was when I realised that I was struggling with unresolved grief that I looked deep into myself to figure out the best way for me to move on with my life and career. This was especially important to me as I didn't want to and couldn't talk to people about how I was feeling. I also felt that it was no one else's place to understand what I was feeling.
But you may be asking WHAT is the meaning of UNRESOLVED GRIEF?
Unresolved grief is said to be grieving that goes on for a long time without any progress. You may feel that all your hopes, dreams and aspirations have been snatched away. Some other symptoms of unresolved grief may include:
- - Continued disbelief in the death of the loved one, or emotional numbness over the loss
- - Inability to accept the death
- - Feeling preoccupied with the loved one or how they died
- - Intense sorrow and emotional pain, sometimes including bitterness or anger
- - Unable to enjoy good memories about the loved one
- - Blaming oneself for the death
- - Wishing to die to be with the loved one
- - Excessively avoiding reminders of their loss
- - Continuous yearning and longing for the deceased
- - Feeling alone, detached from others, or distrustful of others since the death
- - Trouble pursuing interests or planning for the future after the death of the loved one
- - Feeling that life is meaningless or empty without the loved one
- - Loss of identity or purpose in life, feeling like part of themselves died with the loved one
Are you nodding YES in agreement to some of the above? Then you, just like I was, are probably suffering with unresolved grief. You probably want to move on but don't know how to and you may be strugging to vocalise your emotions. I know that's one of the biggest struggles I had. I was not willing to speak about how I felt even to myself and that's why I created this course, to help others just like me. I'm going to share how I used writing to help me get from Point A: Being Unable To Function to Point B: Redefining who I am after the loss of my mother and carving a new career path.
You should bear in mind that the significant emotional loss we feel when we grieve is not just that when we lose some we loved. Grief can also be significant in other circumstances like after a divorce or separation, business failure or even the loss of identify when you become a stay-at-home-parent. Some people may also grief for a pet.
One of the biggest problems with grieving is that it is a FEELING but most times, we want to rationalise it with LOGIC. Feelings and logic don't always go hand in hand.
WHAT is this course?
This is an online course on COPING WITH UNRESOLVED GRIEF: USE WRITING AS A FORM OF THERAPY TO HELP YOU MOVE ON WITH YOUR LIFE AND CAREER AFTER AN EMOTIONAL LOSS WHEN YOU DON'T WANT TO OR ARE NOT READY TO TALK ABOUT HOW YOU FEEL!
The course material itself is available as an online resource that you can purchase and download at anytime.
WHO is the course for?
This online course is aimed at any adult who has experienced a significant emotional loss of any kind, who is struggling to move forward but is not yet willing or ready to talk about how they feel. So if you, or someone you know, is trying to figure out how to cope with grief or you want to know how to grieve and want to listen to and learn from someone who has been through the grieving process, then this online course is for you.
Who is the course NOT for?
This online course is not for anyone seeking professional grief counselling or support. However, the course may be used in addition to any professional grief support you may be receiving.
It is important to remember that grief has no time limit. This online course is not suitable for someone who is expecting their feelings of grief to end immediately after taking the course. This online course simply guides you on how to use writing as a form of therapy so that you can move forward with your life and career according to your own individual needs.
WHAT to expect from this online course
When you enroll in this online course, I will share with you HOW I used writing to help me heal from the loss of my mother, work through my loss of identity as a first time parent parenting alone, redefine who I am now and carve out a new career for myself and ultimately leading to a happier me.
I will also give you actionable steps via a worksheet that you can use to help you define who you are now and if appropriate for you, carve out a new career path for yourself. Once you complete the action steps in the worksheet, it is hoped that you will find yourself being happier with the WHO you are now.
The action steps I share in the course is based on a framework I created. It is the Segilola Salami Grief Resolution Formula.
Did I hear you say "there's actually a formula to grief resolution"? Yes there is! It's the formula that I used to help me get from my Point A to my Point B. That's why I want to share it with you so that you can go from your own Point A (where you are now) to your own Point B (where you want to be).
HOW is the online course delivered?
This online course is delivered with a video recording that starts off with a presentation followed by a question and answer session.
After the video session, you will get a worksheet with a number of tasks to complete.
You will also get access to ask me questions afterwards via a private LinkedIn group. I woul act as your accountability partner, to ensure that you complete the action steps in the worksheet. You will also be able to chat with other members of the group too.
It is important you join the private LinkedIn group so I can check in on you.
I want you to look at this online course as a revision class. I was once where you are now, so I'm sharing my notes from that class to help you graduate from where you are to the new class, where I am. Does that make sense? Awesome!
By enrolling for this course NOW, you will be amongst the first people to learn my unique strategies on how to handle Unresolved Grief. Not only that, you will have the opportunity to ask me questions about the course and benefit from the course introductory price listed below. Click one of the payment options below to enrol for this online course NOW.
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Here are the links to some episodes of my podcast The Segilola Salami Show where the five stages of grief were discussed: