This time of year is always so hard. Fall brings beautiful colors, cozy sweaters, and nights by the fire. But it is so bittersweet for me. Those beautiful leaves quickly fall to the ground, the weather gets colder, and then the holidays are looming.  When you lose someone, the holidays can be awful.  Especially the […]

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Have you ever truly experienced the power of positive thinking? I mean, really had a cause and effect situation, where the cause was positive thinking, and the effect was an outcome you were hoping for? If so then you know there is something to be said for having a positive attitude and thinking positively about […]

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Forgetfulness, brain fog and clumsiness are commonly experienced after a loss. No one could have prepared you for the experience of grief…the searing pain, the sleepless nights and the change in your world. These strong, painful, debilitating feelings can mean you are at the core of your grief….you may have moved out of shock into stark reality…this […]

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Here are 5 common myths about grief: Grief has a timeline There is no timeline to grief; the grief process is a personal experience and influenced by so many factors. Placing someone who is grieving on a timeline can make their process even worse. Staying Busy Will Keep the Pain Away Sooner or later, grief […]

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How do we release grief from our bodies? We can use a release tool – where does your grief reside? Each of us carries our grief in a different part of our bodies.  For me, it was migraine headaches for a good six months as well as weight loss. For others, it could be a […]

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