The 10 surprising things I learned about LIFE from visiting the AFTERLIFE


When my husband died in 2006, I discovered that the distance between life and death was very short. It became very clear that we are here one moment and gone the next. Death is immediate. I may even go as far as to say that death is not inside our linear time. If you blink you would miss death.…

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Five things you need to know about your life after loss


I was finishing an interview with the incredible Jamie Butler at the Lighter Side show which by the way you need to check out. An incredible human being and I highly recommend her work. Our interview together will be posted next week. As we finished our chat Jamie asked me where do you get all…

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The 10 Things I Wish I Knew About The Holidays After Loss


I started this letter at a time when nobody was writing about grief, or even about grief and the Holidays. And those who were, were not discussing the elephant in the room. The loneliness. The deep sadness of the Holidays. You see, happy seasons, are the saddest seasons for people who are…

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Leaves


As temperatures drop, fierce winds strip limbs bare revealing vulnerability, dimension and honesty. Geese overhead parade the sky with their horn section playing that familiar tune of change. Their echoes - soon distant - resonate melancholy across the barren sky. This passing gets me. Please stay…

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The 10 surprising things I learned about LIFE from visiting the AFTERLIFE


When my husband died in 2006, I discovered that the distance between life and death was very short. It became very clear that we are here one moment and gone the next. Death is immediate. I may even go as far as to say that death is not inside our linear time. If you blink you would miss death.…

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Five things you need to know about your life after loss


I was finishing an interview with the incredible Jamie Butler at the Lighter Side show which by the way you need to check out. An incredible human being and I highly recommend her work. Our interview together will be posted next week. As we finished our chat Jamie asked me where do you get all…

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The 10 Things I Wish I Knew About The Holidays After Loss


I started this letter at a time when nobody was writing about grief, or even about grief and the Holidays. And those who were, were not discussing the elephant in the room. The loneliness. The deep sadness of the Holidays. You see, happy seasons, are the saddest seasons for people who are…

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Leaves


As temperatures drop, fierce winds strip limbs bare revealing vulnerability, dimension and honesty. Geese overhead parade the sky with their horn section playing that familiar tune of change. Their echoes - soon distant - resonate melancholy across the barren sky. This passing gets me. Please stay…

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