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...
Has Your Grief Gone to the Birds?

Has Your Grief Gone to the Birds?

Are you currently in the agony of Raw and Fragile Grief? Then I ask you, “Have you looked up lately?” Open your heart to receive signs from nature, like these magical experiences with hummingbird sightings. Last night, while talking to a colleague, the topic of birds...

1-Minute Is All It Takes To Share Hope

If you’re part of this tribe then you’ve known the pain of losing a cherished loved one. You’ve experienced the grief that follows. And, if you’ve done the difficult inner grief work, good for you. But many others haven’t. Take one minute today and share hope....