The saying “time heals all wounds” is actually not true. People need to learn to process their sadness or grief when unfortunate things happen, such as losing a loved one or a divorce. Not allowing one’s self to process or feel sadness, pain, or hurt when something happens like losing a loved one, only delays the healing process. At Sakina Center we have professional and experienced therapists who are ready to help you understand and process whatever you are grieving.
The stages of grief include shock, denial, anger, bargaining, sadness, and acceptance. These stages do not happen in a linear process and one may or may not experience all these stages. Thus, an experienced therapist can help you navigate each of these stages and help you understand yourself better during whatever grief stage you are at.