My clients come to me with unhealed grief, or unresolved loss...and they don't know how to start living again. They are stuck in their emotional pain, and the world seems to be passing them by.
One study found that widows took from 5 to 8 years to regain the same level of happiness as before their loss. In just a few short months of working with me, my clients find that they can once again move forward, reclaim their happiness, and renew their enthusiasm for life.
It is my passion, and my purpose, to help others express their feelings, and release them. And I help them move BEYOND grief, by discovering their fundamental strengths and values, and forging new perspectives on the events that brought them to grief.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
There are at least 50 million people in the US alone who are in grief. Some heal completely, by themselves, or with the support of those around them.
Others never heal, and live half-lives...and they are everywhere. I want to reach them through speaking locally, workshops, my website and teleclasses.
One of my teachers taught me to "see with my skin," as a metaphor, and a skill. My clients are the ones who want to be seen just this way.
My title is "Moving Beyond Grief"
and the subtitle is "...start living again!"
I love my titles in the Zapfino font...BUT there is just one small problem: when I saw MBG written in Zapfino, the bottom of the "y" of "Beyond" is at a distinctly different angle than the "g" in "Moving" and "f" in "Grief." Can it be changed to have the same slant?
I imagine the background being darker on the left, moving into brightness on the right: graduated color, or sunrays, or sunrays thru clouds, or....
Or maybe stepping stones, moving from left to right, into the distance, or a path winding to a bright horizon...
And colors: if it's just graduated color, dark to light, I love blues to silver, or dark blue to light, or purples to blues to gold....have fun, and let me see what brilliant concept you come up with!
Of course, if you find some path thru a landscape, it'll be what it is.