“I am sorry that the sadness and emptiness has found you.” - Travis Mann
You are going through possibly the worst thing you will ever experience.
The most unimaginable pain and anguish and I am not even going to pretend that I know what you feeling or I can even begin to imagine, the heartbreak, the turmoil, the existential loneliness, and yearning.
You have entered into a new reality that only those of us who have lost a loved one have access to, and there are no maps to help us navigate this lonely unfamiliar landscape.
You might feel like your heart has been ripped out of your chest. Grief sucks you in like quicksand, and other times makes you feel exhausted like walking through a barren desert with no end in sight.
It is very unsettling and jarring and you question if you are losing your mind. No one ever prepared us to deal with death: the ending of someone who might have grounded your sense of identity and worth.
You might be feeling completely lost and helpless with no idea of what to do next or how to cope. It is my hope that you can find a safe space here to soothe your sorrow and orient yourself.
We are all called to tread this treacherous path at some point in our lives and your journey will be different from mine. I made it through the labyrinth patterns and will be honored to hold your hand as you create your own path.
GRIEVING IN A WAY THAT IS TRUE TO YOUR HEART
At Grief Dances, my mission is to help you navigate this alternate reality of sorrow with as much grace and precision as possible and ensure that you come out on the light side of grief with a deeper connection to your deceased loved one, your life, and your purpose while grieving in a way that is true to your heart.
In this section, you will find...
- What to Expect in Early Grief
- Quick Tips on How to Cope
- Grief Dances: A Roadmap through Grief
I will be honored to help you find your rhythm in grief and balance the terror and emptiness with tenderness, and love.