In the midst of COVID-19, we are all experiencing loss of some kind. And loss is loss.
Loss may mean something as painful as the death of a loved one.
Loss may also mean the loss of not being able to physically walk through a graduation.
Loss may be the end of a sports season.
Loss may be the cancelling of really important plans and events you had been looking forward to.
Loss may be the absence of physical connection in a time of social distancing.
Loss is on a spectrum, and it’s important not to minimize any of it.
Instead, in this video I talk about the importance of naming the loss and creating space to grieve it.