How to Help a Loved One Deal With a Loss

How to Help a Loved One Deal With a Loss

Friends help friends grieve. “I am sorry for your loss” has great meaning when you want to comfort but don’t want to get to involved. It is a lovely sentiment. But when your dearest friend, or cousin, or sister has a loss that requires you to be...
How to Break the Cycle of Your Grief

How to Break the Cycle of Your Grief

When you get those feelings of there is no reason to… or I am too tired to… or How many times am I going to sell myself out and do… Try to remember that the process of re-visioning after loss or trauma is not walking around the mountain once and then...
Look for Space in The Fog

Look for Space in The Fog

When you are sad or lost, when all you can see is fog, what you must understand is that fog lifts. Our nervous systems are very intricate and dimensional. We are not made to live one way, we are made to live in a balanced, dimensional way. What do I mean? Lift your...
Peanut Butter and Jelly Houses

Peanut Butter and Jelly Houses

Finding a new home without the person who makes home feel like home, is like making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich without the bread. It is very sticky, and has no structure to hold it together. No boundaries separate the mess, or keep the sweet, syrupy,...