Podcasts

Just Show Up

We get this question all of the time.  How do I support my sister while she is grieving?  I do not know what to do... Just show up for the grievier.  Show up as the person that you would want to be your support if you were the griever.  Show up as...

Trauma Response

The key to healing from emotional wounds is to be able to release the pain from those wounds. The number one way to do this is to call it by its correct name.  Grief When you’re hurt, your body responds by producing hormones and neurotransmitters which...

Interview with Dolores Meehan

Dolores is a beautiful soul with an amazing story of grief and healing. Thank you friend for sharing your life with us. More importantly thank you for sharing your healing journey with us.  Join the sisters as they sit in awe with Dolores as she shares her...

Celebrate Legacy

Don’t you hate it when someone says, “I know how you feel” or you come across experts who haven’t met with you privately but are ready to diagnose or “fix” you and your grief. This ain’t that and that ain't this.   The Gone Too Soon Virtual Retreat was designed...

The Want Vs Need

The Need: Need — require (something) because it is essential or very important rather than just desirable.  The need feels like you will not make it through this pain if you do not have the desired object near you. In grief there are things that we do...

The Brain Plays Trick

What does your brain do when it's grieving? When you experience a traumatic loss, the part of our brains that handles emotions becomes active. This can affect how we think and process information; some people may find themselves overwhelmed with thoughts about what...

Circumstance Vs Thought

In the beginning we can feel responsible for what has happened. My thoughts: “I should have been there.” Now add on the fact that we do not know how to do this grieving thing. My Thoughts: “I don’t Know how to grieve.” My friend these are your...

The Grieving Experience Has An Ending

There's a lot of things that frustrate me, with being a Grief Specialist and working with grievers trying to help them through their grief.  We try to help them find their own personal path out and through it. But nothing frustrates me more sister dear then when...

I Feel Bad For Feeling Good

I distinctly remember having a, a huge bowl of vanilla ice cream. Now that I think back on it, I probably was trying to eat away my pain. This was right after Austin had died and the very first spoonful of vanilla ice cream that I put in my mouth was, so sweet and so...