I work with those who have experienced loss or are in the midst of losing a beloved.
Hello Sweet Soul,
I want you to know I see you and I hear you. I am so sorry for your loss. I have had my several losses myself and yet every loss is different.
I am here to be a source of comfort, guidance and healing as you journey with grief. There is no right or wrong, good or bad, not enough or too much. Grief cannot be defined. It’s personal. It’s yours.
Together, we will honor it, you, and your loved one.
In our culture, many don’t have the ability to speak of death, are uncomfortable with those grieving, and just don’t want to “go there”.
I will hold sacred space for you to feel your grief, offer support, and share resources that will comfort. We’ll talk about your experience, be with your emotions, and speak your beloved’s name out loud. Or we will do none of that. This is your grief journey. You are not alone.
If you want someone to walk this road with, take my hand. I’m here for you, to remind you that you are not crazy, your grief reflects your deep love, the depth of grief won’t last forever, there is no right or wrong, feeling your way through this grief is deeply healing and honoring. Let’s honor this difficult time in your life.
You deserve this time, attention, and love. Send me a note at email@example.com.
I partner with beautiful souls who are:
- grieving the loss of their baby
- grieving the loss of a loved one
- caring for a loved one who is dying
- honoring your beloved and you
- understanding you are not crazy
- knowing grief is individual, you never get over it, you learn to live with it
- tune into the wisdom of your mind, body, and emotions
- explore your thoughts and stories
- incorporate kindness and compassion
- offer hope
Let’s connect. The call is free.
In the Seattle area?
Join us the second Thursday of each month at the
Pregnancy & Infant Loss Group / Kirkland WA
I have a page full of resources and love here.
Some things to think about…
How do you want to honor yourself and loved one?
There is much here to unpack.
Consider creating rituals and ceremony.
What do you want?
I will help you identify what you need.
(space, a hand to hold, to talk, to cry, to laugh, write, food)
Why do others say what they do?
Like I mentioned earlier, our society is uncomfortable with death.
And while some feel they are being helpful, what they say may feel hurtful.
Learn ways to let others know the best way to support you. We each grieve differently.