Bereavement grief counseling may be needed when we lose "anything" on which we place a significant value. Depending on the amount of value we place on the item we may lose, is what mandates the intensity of the grieving process. Example; we may experience a less intense grieving process if we should happen to lose our key ring than we do if say we lose a loved one. We still go through the same steps, just not as intense and usually don't have to repeat the cycle as many times. However, the cycle does repeat.
Understanding that "bad things" happen to everybody... even "good people” it's not so much what happens to us as it is more so what we do about it. Of course losses will bring on sadness. There is unfortunately no other way around that. But it is our complete choice and decision as to how long we will remain sad, upset or want to blame someone or something for this condition. Acceptance is the healthiest outcome we should be striving to obtain, and, maintain. Contact Milton Anthony if you need an assessment for bereavement grief counseling.
The objective "should be" to get through the steps a little faster than we did the time previous, even if it's just seconds faster, than the time before. If you can pull this off, then you are ahead of the game.