Resources and Blog

Divorce – a Disenfranchised Grief

In our society, we readily acknowledge that grief follows after a loved one dies. It is expected and accepted but this isn’t the case when the couple divorce or a long-time relationship fails.  They are not…

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Why Grief Coaching is Valuable for a Life After Loss

When you lose a loved one, it can feel like a chapter of your own life has ended. But I believe that grief can actually be the start of a new life. I’ve previously experienced the shock, numbness, pain, and confusion of bereavement; now, as a certified grief coach, I know that this is part...

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Finding Life after Loss and Healing

When Death Happens Outside the day was filling up with its “normal” that of “getting on with life”.  Right now, my life was anything but normal as mum and I left the shelter of the hospital to cross the parking lot toward…

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Labels Don’t Define Us but May Limit Us

girl looking out of window, reflecting her self-worth

"Too often we identify with our labels but labels limit us they are not who we truly are" Labels Don’t Tell the Whole Story Who you are is not defined by your name or even what you do in life for you are much more. Too often your self- worth is tightly tied to that...

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Addiction, Shame & Grief – Interview with Sarah Roberts

Whenever we’re faced with challenges in our lives, it can be easy to give up.  Its a choice, it’s your willingness to work through them and heal.  It is then your greatest gifts and passions show up.  You don’t have to hit the proverbial “rock bottom” before deciding this isn’t working. It can be one...

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