Grief and loss come in many forms. Maybe you are grieving due to the death of someone you love, infertility, a relationship’s end, career changes, recognizing a fulfilled dream didn’t bring expected healing, or some other call to live life differently.
Most of us recognize and expect the pain of grief. Fewer of us make room for the opportunities grief can offer. One of the most powerful of these opportunities comes through finding new meanings in life and living. Making new meanings takes space and time so we can access the hidden gifts of grief, despite its pain.
I fully believe when grief is allowed to be its full and wise self, we are able to bear the pain of loss and the fierce longing for what was. We are better able to find flow in our “before” and “after” worlds and respect the complexity of finding and living this flow. Please contact me if you want or need a trusted companion as you negotiate the complexities, challenges, and gifts of grief.