“And so I wait. I wait for time to heal the pain and raise me to my feet once again —
so that I can start a new path, my own path, the one that will make me whole again.”
How to Cope with Grief and Loss
If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, something meaningful or important to you, or you want to help someone who is grieving, you’ll find support, encouragement, inspiration and healing here.
Connecting with others who have experienced loss the same way you have offers a unique and powerful comfort as you journey through grief.
I’m sorry you or someone you care about is suffering and in pain. You are not alone. I hope you will reach out. You need to connect with someone who understands and cares deeply. You will feel better for it.
What You Can Expect
- A place to give you safe haven from your grief.
- Education to prepare you to know how to help someone you care about when they’re grieving.
“Your loss… your pain… is a defining part of your life.
But it does NOT define you.”
Hello… I’m Kerri
Welcome. I’m so glad you’re here.
The first thing I want you to know is that you are not alone. I genuinely care about you and I’m sorry you find yourself in so much pain.
Grief and loss is something none of us ever wants to face, yet it’s inevitable. Most of us are not prepared for the suffering, fear, anxiety, anger, sadness, despair or sorrow that follows a traumatic event. Life turns into chaos and it needs to managed.
Most of us don’t have a clue what to do when we lose a loved one or something we value, nor do we know what to say or how to help a grieving friend. We’re simply not taught.
I’ve been living with grief since the morning my husband died. The trauma of that experience reshaped my life in unimaginable ways. As heartbreaking as losing him was, I‘ve gained an appreciably new respect for life, valuable insight and perspective about loss — how it actually affects us, what you need to do, and how to support you in a way that heals and speaks to your heart, your mind, and your life.
If you are grieving for any reason, or you want to help someone who is grieving, you’ll find the support you need here.
Before you leave, I invite you to schedule a complimentary call with me. It is an easy way for you to see if my approach could be helpful to you. There is no cost, pressure or obligation whatsoever — it’s just a conversation.
“My mom got sick with COVID and when she died my world seemed to completely fall apart. She was my best friend and I couldn’t handle the shock of losing her so suddenly. The pain is still there and I miss her, but you helped me accept the loss and my new reality.”
“Kerri, thank you for what you did to help me cope while going through a horrible breakup. When we first started I was so lost and couldn’t see how I could ever feel good about myself again, but you helped me find my confidence. That changed everything for me.”