We have a history of being dismissive (or downright rude) of the grief that accompanies pet death, it's time we change that.
It’s a feeling that there’s something “off” but you can’t quite put your finger on it. It’s a restlessness. And moving forward in any direction can feel daunting.
No....really....I'm fine. Really.
Action is necessary to heal grief. Fear can paralyze us in our suffering if we don’t take action to heal. If you're ready to move forward, keep reading...
Every year I’m reminded of my mortality...a little love note from death herself. You see, I was diagnosed with cancer at age 6 (spoiler alert: I'm still alive).
When did talking about death become taboo? It's a natural part of life, and yet it's unnatural to talk about?
It was one of those flashbulb moments where everything becomes crystal clear and every cell of your body screams DO IT.
“It felt like we were in it together and you were walking with me through the challenges, questions, and obstacles I’d created. It felt like a true partnership.”
Most of us don’t know how to deal with grief. It’s raw and ragged ‘round the edges. It involves tears and snot and deep wells of pain and we don’t
If you’ve ever been on the internet in your life, you’ve seen self-care posts that include at least one of the following: A spa day with girlfriends A candlelit bath