C.S. Lewis begins his seminal work, A Grief Observed with the sentence, "I wish someone had told me grief felt so much like fear."
Grief is not just a personal problem. Grief is a natural response to any loss - which can mean loss that we have experienced as a culture.
Think about the changes we have seen over the past several decades - massive change in industry and the changing face of America. More than ever, we are finding ourselves at odd with one another, unable to have civil discourse.
I've spent years working through loss and grief as I journeyed with my husband who had Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Since his death, I have faced grief in an altogether different way.
Combined with my visioning and change management experience, I would enjoy talking with you or your organization about grieving the changes you are making or the changes that have been made to us as our society and culture shifts.