A free webinar on how to cope with your finances when going through a life change.  To register for the webinar on 25th January, 21:00 just click on  this link

A lot of people are familiar with the 5 stages of grief compiled in 1969 by Elisabeth Kobler Ross which are:

  • Denial
  • Anger
  • Bargaining
  • Depression
  • Acceptance
  • We know that the beginning is denial and the end of the process is acceptance. There is no set timetable how long you will be in each stage, what order you will go through the stages and whether you will go backwards and forwards. All we know is that you will be going through these stages.

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    Most people are under the illusion that we only experience grief when we lose a partner or loved one. I would like to talk about all the instances when we experience grief and they are:

    • A relationship breakup/friendship — we are told that the most traumatic experience after death is divorce. Death we do not survive, so divorce is pretty emotionally painful.
    • Loss of health yourself/partner/loved one. A friend of mine told me that when her husband suffered a stroke at the age of 45 she totally grieved for her previous life.
    • Loss of a job
    • Loss of safety after a trauma
    • Loss of financial stability
    • Death of a partner/loved one/family member

    When we look at this list, we can immediately see that the grief we experience for a loss of a job is not so intense as when we lose a partner or loved one.

    It doesn’t matter though what situation, we still go through the five stages of grief.

    So how do you incorporate the five stages of grief in handling your finances during a change?

    Managing your money correctly when there is a life change is imperative for your future so that you can be financially stable. Doing so incorrectly means that you will be financially stressed and in some cases become destitute.

    Therefore I invite you to a special webinar on coping being single again, where you will learn the three stages of handling your finances when there is a change. I guarantee you that if you follow these steps carefully you will be financially stable and be able to enjoy your new life doesn’t that feel good.

    Here is a testimonial of a lovely lady who I helped plan her financial future after her husband passed away.

    ”I had the privilege of using Suzy Kahati’s services as a Family Financial Planner. She was my anchor in a sea of financial troubles following my husband’s death. Through her expert guidance I was able to focus on getting my head above water, settle my accounts and make financial plans for my future. This has all happened in the last year and I have nothing but praise for Suzy’s professional foresight, her sympathetic approach and her ability to guide and mentor.”

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