When you lose someone you love,

you feel so alone . . .

It hurts so much you feel like no one could ever understand.  You're lonely even among friends, and it seems like life is going on without you. 

Sometimes you feel numb, you wish you could cry about it.  Or you fear that if you start you won't be able to stop.  You may wonder how you're supposed to feel.  How long will it take?  You think you should get over it, and you worry about burdening others.

What I know is that grief looks different for each person.  There's no right or wrong way to do it and no time line.  With connection to someone who really understands, you find comfort and strength, and begin to heal.

You don't have to do this alone.  I'm here to help.  If you're reading this, you're probably ready.  Taking the first step is the hardest part, so please don't wait.

Please call me at 323-309-5138 or

Email christine@christinecampbelltherapy.com

"Give sorrow words; 

the grief that does not speak

whispers the o'er fraught heart

and bids it break."

William Shakespeare