12 Ways to Heal a Broken Heart

After my husband’s death, I found myself in an ocean of grief. As a nutrition and exercise counselor, I knew self-care would make me strong enough to withstand sorrow and help me love life again. My soul and spirit needed gentle care, too. Self-support is essential when we lose a job, our home, a relationship, or anything we counted on. I share twelve ideas for soothing and nurturing our inner wounds.  Body 1. Go outside. Walk. Look for the moon Read More

Living With Grief – Tips From an Expert

Grief is for sure…. we will not escape it.  So, best we surrender to the journey and five years on from my husband dying this is how it feels for me and maybe for you too? For me in my grief the best way I can describe it is we are all in the ocean of grief, all of us that have lost somebody, and when we first get thrown in, we may enter at different places, different kinds of Read More

True and Tragic Love Story ‘Her Husband Is Hit By A Car & Life Is Forever Changed’.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8xbeB5V7uY&list=PLQIikebAPmLXfBSdF6-wWrzcpt-4cS2zg&index=1[/youtube] [powerpress] Coping with the death of a spouse seems impossible while you’re in it. This is the true and tragic love story of Pamela Burrus who lost her husband of 20 years in 2009 when he was hit by a car in a pedestrian crossing on his way home from work. Losing a loved one, if we live long enough, is something that most of us will face, but it’s something that we are rarely ready for. One of Read More

Tips on Grieving From a Widow and Grief Counselor

I never believed in fairytale love stories until I met my husband. I was 22 years old and the moment we glanced at one another we both knew that there was a rare love between us–the kind of love that held magic in it.  All fairytales sweep us away, but not all have a happy ending.   During our time together our love created a life. When true love comes together to create a life, there is something so powerful in that Read More