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Reimagine: Grief, Growth, and Action
This event was part of Reimagine: Grief, Growth, and Action

Grief Fatigue, Burnout, and Sleep

Grief Fatigue, Burnout, and Sleep
Get a better night's sleep on your grief journey and avoid burnout.

Who isn't grieving right now? One of the biggest challenges in the grieving process is lying awake in the middle of the night unable to get back to sleep. Rather than watching another rerun, why not try something more effective so you can confront your life and loss with more reserves.

Oceana and George will present information grief and burnout as well as some useful tips for getting the kind of rest required to build resilience in order to really work with your grief and avoid becoming overwhelmed and burned out in these transitional times.

George Sawyer is a Burnout Survivor. After spending three decades in executive sales in the high-tech industry, he became incapacitated in ways he never imagined.

"The people I work with are tired, and can’t seem to get rested, their minds aren’t as sharp as they know they should be, and they can’t work as effectively as they want. They headed towards burnout, or they are burned out.

In recovering from burnout, he's worked out a simple lifestyle framework that allows the brain and body to recover, using breathwork and qigong.

Oceana Sawyer is an End of Life Doula focused on the liminal space of active dying and grief. She is currently researching and holding space in the realm of embodied grieving in a context of somatic abolitionism.

Drawing upon her meditation practices, experience as a sensuality educator, earth-based spirituality, and an intensive study in the expressive arts and integral counseling psychology, she brings a grounded, compassionate presence to her work with individuals and groups. You can follow her on her Instagram and participate in her online grief community on Patreon.



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