My brother passed last week. It hit hard despite the reality that it had been expected for quite some time.
As I move through the grief cycle this go-round, I’m sharing some of my own advice, to remind myself, as well as to support you as you move through any losses you’re facing.
1. You can’t plan for this. You might prepare, as in imagining the event and your feelings and the dynamics that may transpire. You can be ready to deal with some of the details that will be required of you depending on the role you may play. You can emotionally build your stamina for grief by being fully present to your losses and your emotions as the loss hits and you move through the aftermath. And yet, with all this (and I do these things) you won’t know how it’s going to truly affect you until you are in it.
I didn’t expect to be unraveling memories from childhood, revisiting relationships and roles from growing up, or to feel the deep, deep pain that had been...
Through these three video lessons, we’ll begin your transformation together. I’ll be inviting you to consider new ways to think about the importance of using your voice, take some time to reflect, and master an exercise which will shift your energy and allow you to relax into your confident and authentic voice.