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The Language of Grief: Changing the Way We Talk and Think About Loss

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Words matter. What we say, how we say it, and who we say it to matters, because those around us can be greatly impacted by the language we use and the words we choose to communicate with.

Grief Attack

The sea is calm and tranquil; the birds soar in the sky. Sun glistening on the waves as the boats are sailing by. A gentle breeze felt on my cheeks as I step into the sand, the view bestowed upon me is looking very grand. A familiar contentment so near and felt within, peacefulness around me seems what today will bring.      

The Wound - What Grief Shows Us

WHEN YOU GET AMBUSHED BY TEARS...

Let Me Help You With The Healing Of A Tragic Passing

  Tragedy Passings are some of the most difficult passings to heal from.  We wonder if our loved one suffered at the time of their passing and because we place so much focus upon the moment of their passing, it is as if we are stuck in that moment, trying to i

Lets Talk About Brightening Challenges In Life And In Grief

If life were easy, what would we learn from it? Challenges come in so many different forms in life. Sometimes they come in the form of a family member who makes us want to pull our hair out no matter how many chances we give them. Challenges can come in the form of Finances. Perhaps your challenges in your life come from the loss of a loved one.

Why I Wrote Grief Works: Stories of Life, Death, and Surviving

I wrote Grief Works because I was angry. Angry that so many of the bereaved clients that came through my door, were suffering more than necessary, because they felt they should have been coping better, feared they were going mad. They had no idea this is normal in grief.  And they didn’t know how to help themselves.

Avoiding Grief: Why It Doesn’t Work

No one wants to be sad. In fact, we spend a good part of our life in the general pursuit of happiness, doing anything we can to avoid sadness, heartache, discomfort and pain. That is, until someone we love dies.

Strong with Child Loss

Ever since losing my 17 year old son Brian in a car accident when someone would say the word “strong” it would make me so mad.

Dispelling The Myth That It Just Takes Time

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