It's grief.

It’s hard to stay open, grounded and, let’s face it, sane amidst all the anxiety, fear and panic with COVID-19. 


Globally we are struggling with a loss of normalcy as events and travel plans are cancelled.

A loss of routine as schools are shut down.

A loss of freedom in countries where there’s a lockdown.

A loss of overall safety.

And a loss of trust with some governments clearly mismanaging the situation and the often contradictory information that makes it difficult to know the next right step.

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​Intangible Loss?

  • There are over 40 types of loss

    We often associate grief with death or divorce but it is defined as the conflicting feelings caused by the end or change in a familiar pattern of behaviour. With that definition in mind, we have the potential to grieve any major change, transition, or loss in our lives including loss of health, money, trust, safety, or faith for example.

  • Grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss

    Sadly, a majority of us have not been taught how to heal our emotional pain after loss. Instead, we are told to “move on”, “keep busy”, “be strong”, “give it time” and eventually, “get over it”. This misinformation further isolates us in our pain and distracts us from our healing.

  • Intangible Loss affects us all

    In this guidebook we'll explore the many types of intangible losses, dive into the myriad of emotions they activate, and explore how those emotions impact our bodies, minds, and behaviours and ultimately, our health and well-being. 

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