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?”

The Art of Creative Mourning with Lisa Gillespie

  I am so very excited to welcome artist Lisa Gillespie here on Saturday, January 26th for our therapeutic art program! Lisa is a compassionate and talented artist who has a gentle way of helping others discover their creative side. This art program is for everyone-the person who sees themselves as creative and artistic andContinue reading “The Art of Creative Mourning with Lisa Gillespie”

A Spotlight on Amy Beebe of Sew Bella Keepsake Creations

I have often been asked about tangible ways to remember and honor loved ones who have died. One way is to have a keepsake or memory item created from your loved one’s clothing. Not only can these items bring comfort but they can become family heirlooms. We are fortunate to have a very special personContinue reading “A Spotlight on Amy Beebe of Sew Bella Keepsake Creations”

I Don’t Want to be Here Anymore

“I don’t feel like I can go on living” “I just can’t face another day” “The pain is too much, I just don’t want to be here anymore” It is very common for people experiencing deep grief to have these thoughts. These are not suicidal thoughts but the expression of pain that feels unbearable andContinue reading “I Don’t Want to be Here Anymore”