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Discover how death impacts all of us uniquely
Learn about the good and bad of our grief culture
Understand how grief affects our trust and safety...
Reveal the truth about grief emotions
Identify your emotional grief responses
Uncover your emotional triggers and energy levels...
Define what overcoming your grief means to you
Realize what’s stopping you from overcoming grief
Develop a new relationship with your mom or dad...
I help teens and young adults overcome grief so that they can live their fullest life without feeling the debilitating pain that comes from the death of a parent.
I grew up as an only child in So-Cal with my mom and just graduated high school.
During one of my final exams in my first semester in college, my best friend died. My mom died. She was a single mother and raised me all by herself. My whole world revolved around her, and now it was broken.
I was in a really dark place and didn’t know how to move forward.
Want to learn more about me and how I overcame my grief?
Get the support you need today from someone who understands what grief can be like, and from someone who has gone through their own unique grief journey to overcome their grief.
Sometimes it's hard for our friends and family to understand what we are going through, but you don't have to grieve alone.
Take the next step in your journey to transform your grief and begin a new relationship with your mom or dad.
To help others overcome grief, one of the most powerful things we can share as grievers is our story. I want to share mine. To do this, I am going…
This holiday season I’ve been super cognizant of how my grief has impacted me over the past 13 years (soon to be 14) since my mom’s death. I’m a lover of holidays… I always have been.
Grief is an element in most movies. Especially Disney and Pixar movies… Yet, we still have a problem talking about it, and I think we should.