Grieving is a deeply personal experience, but it doesn’t need to be a solitary expression of actions or emotions. Coping is a process that can ground a person in a difficult moment and as such requires skills, allowances, and time to process such moments. Loss is an inevitable part of life, and grief is a natural part of the healing process.
During weeks four, five and six, students are invited to connect together and be guided in that connection with Associate Dean Terra Winston. You should feel welcome to discuss grief you may be experiencing as related to the loss of a loved one, and connect with others who may also be experiencing a recent loss.