Meet Cindy Maxted from Mid-Atlantic Mindfulness

I am so excited to welcome Cindy back to southern Maryland for the “Finding and Sharing Peace with Mindfulness” program on Friday, October 18th. If you’ve heard about mindfulness but you’re not sure what it is or how to start practicing it, this program is for you! Consider joining us at the Old Village BarnContinue reading “Meet Cindy Maxted from Mid-Atlantic Mindfulness”

It’s Summertime and Someone is Missing

What comes to mind when you think of summertime? Picnics, road trips, family reunions, a trip to the ocean or lake…or simply a break from normal routines. But for those grieving the loss of a loved one it can feel like the absence of their special person is magnified. Many summertime activities focus on beingContinue reading “It’s Summertime and Someone is Missing”

Experiencing The Loss of a Loved One Who Is Still Alive

A few days ago I posted about dementia on my professional Facebook page. It was evident that this is a topic that affects many people. How can it be that we grieve the loss of someone with dementia while they are still here?? I know from personal and professional experience that this is real-almost surreal.Continue reading “Experiencing The Loss of a Loved One Who Is Still Alive”

So what about cardinals, feathers and pennies?

The topic of “signs and symbols” has been on my heart for a long time. So many times when talking with a client who is grieving the loss of their loved one, this inevitably comes up. I feel honored to hear these stories of ways that people connect with the loved one they are missing.Continue reading “So what about cardinals, feathers and pennies?”