Category Archives for "Grief"

What is purging and grief?

What is purging? What I refer to as” purging and grief” is about letting go of your loved ones things after they have died. It’s not an easy task especially when your loved one died by suicide. I remember doing it after my former husband Steve died in 2005. The act itself seemed so pathetic as […]

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Why I believe in Grief Coaching

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Most people think of coaches for helping with personal issues, relationships, or business but not necessary for grief. But, I do for many reasons. Mainly, because coaching is designed to inspire, encourage and transform a client. A person who has suffered a loss and is grieving certainly needs to be encouraged and inspired to move forward. And […]

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Grief and Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is around the corner and most people are planning their holiday meal wrapped around friends, turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie. Perhaps, the only thing you feel like stuffing is your head in the pillow. This is grief. It happens for various reasons. You have lost your hopes, dreams or the life you had planned. […]

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