There are things that we don’t want to happen but have to accept, things we don’t want to know but have to learn, and people we can’t live without but have to let go. ~ Author Unknown
I’ve read the above quote again and again throughout the past six years. Accept – Learn – Let Go. Three very difficult things to do – don’t you think? How could we EVER accept the fact that we’ve lost our spouse? How do we begin learning things about ourselves that we don’t want to learn? And for the love of God — how do we EVER learn to let go?
Well – I have news for you, and you may not what to hear it right now….. Eventually, you DO all those things. Hard to imagine, isn’t it? I thought for sure that my life was over when Dale passed away. But guess what – it wasn’t. Life went on, and so did I. Sure, it took time – and lots of work on my part. But you do eventually accept the loss, learn how resourceful and strong you really are, and you do let go. You NEVER will forget – but you do find your “new normal”. You DO survive!
GRIEF COMES IN WAVES…. you never know when it’s going to hit. You’ll get hit by small waves, large waves – and everything in-between. And with each wave that crashes onto your shores…you grow stronger. Eydie Stumpf
Allow me to work with you to help you find YOUR “new normal”. I would be honored to be the one who helps move you along to a place of peace, strength and confidence. Allow me to take this journey with you and guide you through your healing – and most importantly – allow me to listen to YOUR grief story.
I won’t try to “fix” you. No one can do that for you – it’s all up to YOU!
Don’t worry about being judged. As fingerprints are unique to each of us, the way you grieve is unique to you – so there is no right or wrong way to healing.
You can rest assured that everything you say remains private between us. I do not share any information with anyone. Your grief story is safe with me.
First time, 1-Hour meeting: $30.00 / Subsequent, 1-Hour meetings: $25.00
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Grief CoachingThe grieving process takes time, and it takes a lot of hard work on your part. You should never go through it by yourself. Working with someone who knows your pain first hand will allow you to feel comfortable and ready to let go of your hurt. Allow me to join you on your healing journey. Learn More
About EydieEydie has been a widow since October 2010. The passing of her husband was sudden. She went through the denial, disbelief, the anger and self-blame, depression and finally, the acceptance of her husband’s death. Eydie also knows that sometimes you just want someone to listen. Learn More
DISCLAIMER: I don't diagnose. I don't claim to cure. If you are already in therapy, I'll require a note from your therapist that you can participate in my grief coaching and journaling system.