Simply Healing Grief Work
“Hello Grief, I see you, I know your name and I am here for you.”
Thich Nhat Hanh
There is no right or wrong way to do grief and actually grief often does us.
Unless you have been there, in the darkest night of your soul, you simply cannot understand the perception of the Grieving.
Pain, deep sorrow, no energy, isolation, guilt, anger, confusion, and terror rule the day, and the very, very long nights.
I have been there, taken completely down into the darkest time of my entire life.
And now, a decade later, I am called to serve you, to hold you, to create a safe space for you.
You have landed here for a reason.
By saying “hello” to our grief, by calling it by name, we can begin to see it as a part of our experience in that moment. We can hold our grief like a little child that needs nurturing. We can begin to separate ourselves from our emotions and look at them from the point of view of an observer. In my experience, the simple act of saying hello to my grief has shifted me out of depression and almost instantly placed my feet onto a path toward peace — where I could take steps toward caring for my grief.
I coach grieving people around the world as they too, rejoin the living and find a return to:
I am waiting for you, precious sweet soul, to honor yourself, your truth, your life, and your courage.
Grief is Complicated
Loss hurts. I wish someone could have seen what was happening in me, back then. It hurts each of us in unique ways, and each of us responds in our unique ways. There is no right or wrong way to do grief. Grief does us: It comes and goes like crashing waves in one...