We never get over grief, we carry it forward as a testament to the one we loved. But while your grief is personal, it doesn't need to be isolating.
My goal is to normalize grief and cultivate a curated grief community. I provide resources to support and connect you with others who have also experienced loss. Through networking, grief groups, and digital connections, I help validate your loss and make it relatable, not just to you but to the community that surrounds you.
"My husband was actively dying at home under hospice care. Kathleen was often a source of information to me during this two year process... She preserved the good memories of our last day together shielding us from the harsh realities that present themselves immediately after death." -Celia C.
Other pages, resources, and reflections I have found helpful in developing grit and gratitude within my own grief journey.
What’s Your Grief: www.whatsyourgrief.com
Grief education, exploration, and expression in both practical and creative ways.
Modern Loss: https://modernloss.com
Candid conversations about death and grief.
The Language of Loss is a collection of stories about the overwhelming heartache of grief and the way in which we grow through pain. Author Natalie Sanchez uses her own experience of losing her dad at 18 as well as other stories of loss to help people in similar positions deal with their own grief.
Light the Night annual fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Watch this space for more activities and stories about ways people are navigating loss.