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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. I want Grief Works to change that ignorance into knowledge...


"Does it ever get any better? Everyone says I should be over this or further along." Annette said. 

Annette's daughter Kimberly was the younger of two girls. She loved pink, dogs, and horses....


I see your tears from Heaven I see the pain you hold for me I know you wish I was still with you Just the way I used to be I hear you say that you sure miss me I've watched you scream out loud alone I know it's hard to live without me You wish that Heaven had a phone I want to show you that I'm with you Please feel me here right at your side Heaven is truly all around you My Soul, it never...


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. And suddenly, not only does happiness feel so far out of reach, we may find ourselves actively (if not always consciously) avoiding grief....


Death is the ultimate loss. After a loved one departs from this world, we experience immense grief and sadness. How are we supposed to carry on with life after this type of loss? What can we expect in the days, weeks, and months following the funeral? How will we manage when we return to work after the death of a loved one?

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....

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We all have a circle somewhere in our existence that represents wholeness. A representation can be drawn on paper or simply in your mind and the starting line is never broken. Everything is connected. 

Our individual circles give us a sense of belonging, of safety, of our part in a very large chaotic world. I drew my circle years ago, when my eldest son was a teenager and my...


To my Parent/Parents from your Child in Heaven,


  I wanted to send you a letter...


I've contemplated writing this post for months, but fear has kept me from doing so. It's not an easy thing to discuss with anyone, much less the entire internet...


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