Welcome. I'm so glad you're here.
Chances are, you're reading this because you've experienced a difficult loss, and it's impacted you to your core.
Please know that you aren't alone. In 1998, my life changed forever when my 8-year-old daughter Rachel unexpectedly passed away from a condition called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura (ITP), which was triggered by a flu bug.
My life was turned upside down in a way I never could have imagined. In the midst of the profound grief, I suited up and went back to work. But, I couldn't think straight or concentrate. Furthermore, I craved more meaning and freedom in my life. So I left that corporate job to start my own business. While I chose this wholeheartedly, it was still a loss in that my "old life" no longer felt right. Through all this, my memories of Rachel kept me going.
Prior to losing Rachel, I went through a difficult divorce. I'd done a lot of healing around the loss of that relationship, and we were on good terms. But, I was further shaken by loss when my ex died by suicide.
Although tragic for me, I have been blessed with my most treasured gifts in life from this tragedy. By confronting my grief, I have been able to live again! I learned what my purpose is, how to strengthen my faith, my consciousness and my awareness, and how to share tragedy and have it be an inspiration to others.
As a grief expert and coach with over 20 years of experience, I've helped people all over the world on their own healing journeys. In addition to teaching workshops and online courses for both Fortune 500 companies and small groups, I'm the author of My Good Grief. I've also coached hundreds of professional women like you, helping them get relief from the pain while balancing the weight of responsibilities that we tend to bear.
I know I can help you too.
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