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His death was unexpected and hard to digest. Like most people I was not prepared for everything that the death of a loved one implicates. My journey through grief took me places I had not anticipated or foreseen. It changed me into another version of me, today I’m definitely more compasioned and open. It showed […]

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After the death  of a dearly beloved  your sadness seems endless and I’m not implying that there is going be an end to the sadness but strangely enough, you do get used to living with grief. Mourning, in time, becomes a second nature,  it certainly takes over your life and redirects your path into a […]

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Once you are over the initial shock, and the harsh reality finally hits you, you may wonder if you are ready to instigate change? Most likely, everyone around you thinks that you should, but do not let anyone rush you, take all the time that you need and for as long as it takes. At […]

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Letting go, is not the same thing as hanging on,and I do know that. But the goodbyes that are not said and never explained are hard to understand. And even harder to accept. And a funeral may not give you the closure you were looking for. So, after a sudden and unexpected death, it is […]

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Sometimes it is not about having time at all, but about making time. Time to remember what made your soul smile. For when you loose someone very dear and near, you enter a two-dimensional world, where everything is flat. Sorrow is so overpowering that it takes the depth out of your perception. And as tempting […]

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I do not believe that time heals all wounds, but I do believe it creates new patterns. And that those can become helpful tools to lessen the the sharpness of the pain felt. The scar however remains, maybe not visible to others, but to you it will always be there! It is your remembrance of […]

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Missing you…

  We will all face the death of a loved one sooner or later. But how many of us are prepared to do so. Have you ever given it more than just a horrified thought? Or are you like me, somehow convinced this will not happen to you! The truth is it did happen to […]

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