I've learned a thing or two about grief along the way, and I'm grateful for that learning. Grief and loss have given me focus and clarity and perspective, which are all powerful tools for making life meaningful. And fun. You'd be amazed at how much fun grief and loss people are. I think it's because we're all living our lives in the present, fully aware that things change in an instant.
I run a company called Grief Coach, which delivers personalized tips and reminders via text message, to people who are grieving, and the friends and family who want to support them, but often just don't know how. We work with individuals as well as hospices, tissue banks, employers, non-profits and other organizations who provide support after a loss. You can read about Grief Coach in this piece from NBC News. You can also listenhere to a 30-minute audio piece that I'm really proud of, created with Robert Ouimet, about my husband's suicide and - more importantly - my journey and learnings since then.
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