Tag Archives: Grief

One Breath at A Time

I recently watched one of my dearest friends do the unimaginable. She buried her 2-year old son after he spent half of his life fighting cancer.  Make no mistake, he was as strong as they come and fought harder than most people could have; yet, … More …

When Plans Fall Apart

What do you do when your plans fall apart? When unseen circumstances toss you and your life into a place that is nothing like you expected? The following is an excerpt from my book, Fear to Flow, which describes the beginning of a year that … More …

Awakened From My Peace

The following is an excerpt from my book Fear to Flow. It represents the start of my journey, as I began to recognize (ever so slightly) that I might be living my life based on false fears. A crack in my foundation, which eventually spread … More …

Navigating Loss in the Arms of Grief

Music, like certain scents can instantly bring me back to a moment, or moments in time. I guess the senses of smelling and hearing have that type of power over me. Perhaps you can relate? A couple of weeks ago I was out running and … More …

Life Change and Healing Journey Tip – Process Your Emotions

Thursday, October 1, 2015 Watch another short video I recorded at the pond with a tip that will help you through any life change or healing journey. This is one that has been especially important to me this past year. Please follow and like us:

A Tidal Wave Of Grief And An Open Heart

Tuesday September 29, 2015 Last week was the one-year anniversary of my Dad’s death and wow, what a mess I was… like, on my knees with my heart breaking into a million pieces kind of mess. I was not expecting to be such a mess. … More …

What No One Told Me About Losing My Dad

Thursday, February 19, 2015 Many of you know that my Dad passed away five months ago after a sudden and quick battle with pancreatic cancer. I’ve been blessed with a support network of wonderful souls, many who also lost parents and loved ones. After my … More …