Awakened By Grief: 3 Powerful Life Lessons From Loss

Awakened By Grief: 3 Powerful Life Lessons From Loss

In the short span of less than 4 years, my brother, father-in-law, mother, father, and teenage son died. My brother and son completed suicide, so these unthinkable deaths were accompanied by deep guilt. Today, I want to talk to you about how I’ve been awakened by...
New Year, New You…or Not? Identify Your Habitual Patterns

New Year, New You…or Not? Identify Your Habitual Patterns

Every year, we hear about New Year’s Resolutions. Personally, I believe that intentions are the way to go! You can read more about that here. The reason we talk about change around this time is because it seems like the perfect opportunity to make the changes we know...
3 Ways Boxing Day Can Inspire Healing from Grief

3 Ways Boxing Day Can Inspire Healing from Grief

Boxing Day is the day after Christmas, and is known in some commonwealth countries—in modern times—as being comparable to Black Friday in the United States. In the past, however, it was known as the day when people would gather food, money, and gifts to give to...
How to Have Holiday Joy in the Midst of Grief

How to Have Holiday Joy in the Midst of Grief

The holidays bring a host of expectations—socializing, honoring traditions, thoughtful gift giving, and creating treasured memories. These unwritten rules can be overwhelming, but when you’re grieving, they can seem even more so. Read on to learn my tips on how to...
How to Recognize Your Every Day as a Miracle

How to Recognize Your Every Day as a Miracle

Albert Einstein once said, “Either every day is a miracle, or nothing is a miracle.” When you’re living with grief, each day can feel like a chore. To refer to our days as anything close to miraculous can feel like too far of a reach, but today I’m going to show you...