I started feeling anxious and suffering from anxiety after the bereavement of my father. I have read your bereavement, loss and grief page and found it very useful, thank you for posting the free bereavement advice on your website.
I think this could be the main cause of my anxiety as i have some things from my past which i would have liked to talk to my dear Dad about, but now it’s too late.
I am housebound now because i am so anxious, i cannot leave the house without having a severe panic attack. For this reason I feel online counselling could be my only chance of help.
Thank you for your message, it is so brave of you sharing all that, well done.
Jen I think from what you have already shared that you are stuck with your grief. You said there are things you wanted to talk to your Dad about, well the good news is, it’s not too late, there is a technique I use to help clients with closure, it works very well for people who have lost a loved one and have some unfinished business.
Anxiety can be triggered by bereavement, and panic attacks are closely linked to anxiety. I feel that working on your grief is key and that in turn will help with the anxiety issues and the associated panic attacks.
I would like you to consider online counselling to address your grief, anxiety and the panic attacks, which could be linked.
You will find more helpful information on the pages of my site Jen, feel free to have a read of it and then come back to me if you would like to work with me.
Take care Jen.
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