Do you struggle with managing our mental health in your life after loss? The research is solid: spending time in nature is an excellent way to boost your mood!
This is the essence of what I do. I help people organize and design and intentional life. In Annie’s case, it started in the bedroom.
It is my wish that you read this today and feel a sigh of relief. There is no wrong or right way to grieve. There is just the messy process, and a light at the end of the tunnel if you keep taking the baby steps forward.
The feeling of frozen can be a shelter from your pain, or you can leverage it to complete a difficult, but necessary, task. You get to chose. Either way, you’ve got this and I’m here to help.
Do you ever feel angry with God? Do you wonder if you’re being punished or if he even exists? I felt all of those things for a long time. Husbands aren’t supposed to die at 46.
While it’s so hard to remember, the storms in your life will pass, and above that angry storm are beautiful blue skies!
Do you need permission to live? This article based on the teachings of Teresa Beshwate, The Sudden Widow Coach, and it will blow your mind! Have you felt it? Have you felt that ten seconds of joy and laughter, perhaps with friends when you laugh so hard your tummy hurts? And then, like a slapContinue reading “Permission to Live”
How do you recharge? The holiday season is almost upon you, and it can be an especially challenging time. In addition to the stressors of regular life you may also have to tackle triggers, sadness, broken in-law relationships, and children who are grieving, but may manifest that grief as anger, anxiety, or stubbornness. Self careContinue reading “How Do You Recharge?”
There is a club that no one wants to join after your husband or wife dies. It’s called the widow/widowers club. When my husband died, I vividly remember being very angry when a well-intentioned elderly woman approached me and said, “welcome to the club.” I wanted to scream at her that I was too youngContinue reading “The Club No One Wants To Join”
Do you wonder if you’re ready for coaching? Do you wonder if you still need a therpist? Here’s how to tell. YOU’RE READY FOR COACHING WHEN: You want to get unstuck and set goals you can achieve. You are functioning, although you may still struggle with your grief. You want to stop bad habits andContinue reading “Am I Ready For Coaching?”