The Story of a Grief Healer

The Story of a Grief Healer

I remember the first time someone called me a healer. I took it as a compliment similar to being told I was “pretty” or “nice”. I didn’t give it much weight, mainly because I didn’t quite understand or believe it. Read the full article on Medium...
No One Needs Four Vacuums

No One Needs Four Vacuums

“Mom’s dead.” There were a lot of other things said before and after this sentence, but this is the only sentence I can recall. A phone call in the middle of the night in Germany from my brother in the USA. I took an immediate flight with my husband that morning to be...
The F Word that Need to Go

The F Word that Need to Go

The f word has taken over in our society. It’s causing us to struggle in our relationships, work, self-esteem and daily lives. For years, I have been teaching clients to start to remove the f word from how they talk about things so that it loses its power. What I find...
It’s Time to Take a Stand

It’s Time to Take a Stand

I used to stand up and move to the next thing immediately. Whether it was getting my kids to school and myself to work, or moving to the next project in my day. I rarely stood to ground myself, to stand in my own shoes. We have lost ourselves because we stopped being...
Your Internal Warrior

Your Internal Warrior

There’s this internal “warrior“ side that comes out of us at times. A primal fighter that refuses to give up. We all have it, but it’s voice can become muted by the voices surrounding us and our own false beliefs. I have always felt my warrior side in me, but she...
The Silent Grievers During Covid-19

The Silent Grievers During Covid-19

People have made jokes about the outcome of the virus: “There’s either going to be a lot of babies or a lot divorces at the end of all this.” Clients have said it to me, friends have said it to me, and all I could think about was the grief that is coming for so many....

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