Change, Grief and You

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Change affects us all. It can be daunting. It can impact us in a similar way to grief. The Change Curve is based on a model originally developed in the 1960s by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross to explain the grieving process. Since then it has been widely utilised as a method of helping people understand their reactions to significant change or upheaval:

There are many many useful articles that offer guidance and support with dealing with a sudden significant change. I’ve collated some of these below:

How to Get Better at Dealing With Change: https://www.verywellmind.com/5-tips-for-dealing-with-change-5205553

How to Cope With the Fear of the Unknown: https://www.verywellmind.com/i-fear-change-how-to-cope-with-the-unknown-5189851

Dealing with Uncertainty: https://www.vox.com/22828161/how-to-deal-with-omicron-covid-uncertainty-holiday-planning?_kx=gPK0Lgfi8ip5qzFngUUwairf8tVuhWymvqzlPF5mFskbFyo46ycM1G2cYb62rTLg.KhZBMb

Finding time for creativity will give you respite from worries: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/jan/02/finding-time-for-creativity-will-give-you-respite-from-worries

It’s so important that you take the time to look after your own wellbeing and reach out for support if you need it. Sources of support can be found using the link below:

https://betterdayswellbeing.com/wellbeing-links/

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