I do believe that acknowledging and recognizing grief is very important work right now. Here is a workshop I helped facilitate with Albany Synod folks that tried to help others acknowledge the layers of grief we are experiencing in all of the changes and losses across roles, systems, and intrapsychically... https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kVapbawiXmX0jS7_QWRc8vdNas0g_b3q/view?usp=sharing
Here are the handouts that went with it, edited with things participants added: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GAoREasH8DQ0JcJqQMVHHB9PNMQ7FjlN/view?usp=sharing
And here is a summary of All Our Griefs, All Our Losses mentioned during it:
I also pointed folks to some great podcasts, including the Unlocking Us (Brenebrown.com) podcast with David Kessler: https://brenebrown.com/podcast/david-kessler-and-brene-on-grief-and-finding-meaning/
And Dr. Carol Bechtel's brief and powerful video about writing a lament: https://vimeo.com/414825525
I noted the Gottman Institute has a course on grief for kids that is discounted right now. I want to do that, but have not yet.
What are you finding helpful?