Reckoning with our grief in a way that brings permission to the process is necessary, but it is very easy to dismiss our right and need to grieve. In my conversation with author and educator Meghan Crozier of The Pursuing Life, Meghan shares her story of disenfranchised grief and what it meant to her story when she realized just how heavy a weight she carried. Read More "Disenfranchised Grief with Meghan Crozier"
One of the greatest gifts you can receive when you are grieving is the gift of space. So this week, we are having a brief conversation about the value of boundaries in the grief process and where to begin if you need to redefine your circle. Read More "Finding The Edges of Our Circle"
Do they think we forget about death? Read More "I’m Quite Aware of My Loss, ThankYouVeryMuch"
This week, we are touching on the concept of opening up to our stories in a new way. In grief, we deserve insight into how best we can process our losses, find healing, and learn about ourselves with compassion through the lens of the enneagram. Read More "Knowing & Owning Our Stories"