SEX AFTER DEATH – RECLAIMING INTIMACY AFTER LOSS

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It is not uncommon for couples to experience a loss of intimacy when grieving the death of a loved one. At the conclusion of my article, I have included links to two articles addressing the loss of intimacy after the death of a child. These are both enlightening and supportive. Before the intimacy part can […]

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Brain Injury and Grief: Fact or Fiction?

Feb 20 Brain Injury

Grief is most often associated with death. While it is true that the death of a loved one (family member, friend, or pet) and, at times, the death of people we do not know (Sandy Hook Elementary shooting) will catapult us into the grief journey, death is not the only cause of grief. Although death […]

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Rejection – It Feels Like the Ultimate Heartbreak

February 13 2014 rejection

Being rejected by another person can feel like the ultimate heartbreak. Why don’t they want me? Why don’t they love me? Why don’t they approve of me? I can’t answer those questions for you. Each of us needs to do the work of understanding why we so desperately need that person’s approval. Oprah Winfrey said […]

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Making The Choice To Survive

When we think about choice, we think about the mundane things in life, “What should we have for dinner…. Pizza or Chinese?” Or it’s the big things, “Should we buy a house or keep renting?” Rarely do we give thought to how we can choose anything we want and that it is in our choices […]

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Let Me Share Some Love with You

Heart in Hands January 30 2014

February is the month of hearts and most often associated with love because of Valentine’s Day. So what better month to share some of my time and knowledge with you for FREE! That’s right! I am offering up to 12 people a FREE 30 minute telephone consult to ask me questions about my journey, to discuss their journey, […]

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Walking the Path of Grief is Like Peeling an Onion

Onions January 23 2014

The grief journey is like peeling an onion ~ there are layers and layers to the loss and there will be many tears! Tears have long been misinterpreted as a sign of weakness. We all know males who were told from a young age, “Big boys don’t cry.” For women, while it is more acceptable […]

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3 Reasons Why You Should Tell the Story of Your Deceased Loved One (often!)

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Have you found the need to talk about your deceased loved one often? And, do others tell you that you shouldn’t? There are three important reasons that you should share your loved one’s story. Moreover, repeating the story over and over is part of the process. When someone dies, those closest to them are often […]

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GIVE ME JUST 24 HOURS AND I’’LL HELP HEAL YOUR HEARTACHE, TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY GIVE YOU HOPE

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      I remember the day the fog lifted in my life and my reality was, “Oh I survived… and now how do I live?” I realized for the first time since my father, brother and husband’s deaths that I wanted to live and that I had survived the ordeal. Then it quickly became… […]

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6 Tips to Help You Plan the Year Ahead

Dec 30 2013 Planning the Year Ahead

If you are ready to take on the challenge of reconciling the losses you have endured and moving forward in life again, then check out my new programs. Brave Hearts is a online, interactive support group which I facilitate. You can participate from anywhere in the world! And the Life Redesign Intensive is a 1-on-1 […]

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