Grief & Loss

Grief hits us in waves. We can be feeling a sense of peace in one moment and then be hit with a tsunami of heavy emotions. What do you do in times when the wave of grief hits?
Here are five suggestions that may help:
What You Can Do
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Mr. Smith came to us following the death of his wife a few years ago. He had met another woman and he was now ready to move forward into a new home to begin the next chapter of his life.
As I watched him sitting in his favourite chair staring

Linda Vettrus-Nichols is an expert at helping men and women break through psychological obstacles that have kept them feeling victimized, stuck and out of control.  Through her work, alongside her husband, Terry Earthwind Nichols, she assists her clients to break free from the emotional and psychological barriers that keep them

Terry Earthwind Nichols  is the founder of Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression™ (CR),  a  technique he developed from his experience as a Navy Profiler, Commissioned Steven Minister, and Grief Counselor. In this podcast, he shares how we can move through our stress, grief and overwhelm by using this technique that he shares.

It’s that time of the year again, time for joy, laughter, family and good times.
It’s time to rejoice, be excited and look forward to the many family gatherings, cheerful visits and love that is all around us.
Right?
For some, yes.  For others, no.
For many, it’s the complete

After the tragic loss of losing most of what she owned on May 22, 2011 in the deadliest tornado in U.S. history, Ann Leach created a way for people from around the world to help in their healing all while making a difference in the lives of thousands.  Her movement

Facing major transition and having to navigate the challenges and the overwhelm is not an easy task.  There are so many emotions involved that we often find ourselves stuck and not moving forward.
Our interview with Kathleen Hanagan, transformational coach, psychotherapist and spiritual teacher, will help you look at your