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Supporting Grief Recovery: Expert Tips for Assisting in Post-Loss Decluttering

05/17/23 | Dana LaRieal Morales | Janet M. Taylor

In this insightful episode, join Janet M. Taylor, host of Got Clutter? Get Organized, and me as we delve into the topic of decluttering after experiencing a loss. Whether you find yourself on this journey personally or as a supportive companion, we aim to equip you with valuable tips for approaching this emotionally challenging process with sensitivity.

Decluttering in the aftermath of a loss can be an overwhelming task, as it may feel like erasing a part of the person or thing you have lost. We understand the complexity of these emotions and emphasize the importance of taking your time and proceeding at your own pace. It is crucial to honor your grief while engaging in the decluttering process.

To ease the burden, don't hesitate to seek assistance from a trusted friend or family member. Reach out to them, expressing your needs, as they may provide valuable support in sorting through items or offering emotional solace during this transformative journey. Remember to establish boundaries and grant yourself permission to take breaks when the weight feels too heavy. Self-compassion is key, and allowing yourself the necessary time to process your grief and move forward is absolutely acceptable.

Tune in to this episode as we provide expert guidance on decluttering after a loss, empowering you to navigate this challenging terrain with compassion and understanding.

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The Organized Holistically podcast strives to teach side-hustling solopreneurs how to manage a successful business and life using holistic systems. I help you develop, implement and streamline unique and organic processes and organizing systems.  I do this by helping you identify the right systems and processes so you aren't spending money or time on unnecessary things and instead can spend that time and money focusing on the things that are most important to you, your family.