Grief Resources for the Newly Bereaved
The death of a family member or close friend. Divorce. Loss of job, residence or health. These major life losses cloud the brain with sadness, fear, anger and a desperate need to try to control the situation. You just want the pain to stop. You just want things to go back to the way they were. And you don’t want to deal with all the issues and decisions that need to be made as a result of your loss.
Author, speaker and educator, Judy Strong knows all these feelings firsthand. It happened to her following the unexpected death of her husband in 1991. That’s why she founded Survive Strong Resources—a grief recovery program to help the newly bereaved navigate the many issues that arise after loss.
Books, Private Consultation and Presentations Guide Grievers Through Bereavement
As an educator of more than 20 years and from her own personal experience, Judy has a unique understanding of how fuzzy the brain can become under the veil of grief. That’s why she has developed her material in succinct segments that are easy to absorb.
In her books, private consultations, and group presentations, you will learn:
- Sensible strategies for crisis management
- Down-to-earth tools for personal growth and healing
- Practical options for handling legal and financial issues
- Sound advice for supporting children and other loved ones with their grief process
- Realistic expectations for moving through grief to new life
Your journey through grief is personal and one that you will do at your own pace. With Survive Strong Resources here to guide you, hope, confidence and the courage to grow are within your reach.