The Widow Boxes of Teatro Colon

Inside Teatro Colon Eight days after Gary’s death, three days after his memorial, I headed off to my next freelance job. I had to. I’d only worked two jobs before this one as a production coordinator and with Gary gone, I had to keep earning a living. I held it...

Thriving After Loss – 3 Key Ingredients

When people see me now and know what I’ve been through, they are curious about the path I took to transform my loss into so much light, love, and possibility. I love inquiries like this as it gives me a reason to pause and reflect on what has contributed to me being...

Losing Faith and Finding Ground

Life…some days…just, wow. It can seem like an avalanche of challenges, a tsunami of debilitating thoughts…coming all at once. It is hard not to lose faith when social media is filled with such division, anger, and outright hate. It’s hard not to lose faith when...

Finding Home

No one would willingly choose loss as a pathway to finding their way home again – to their true self. There are less painful ways to grow. Grief cleaves us apart. Tearing through muscle, tissue, bones, and hearts. It can be so emotionally devastating that we feel...

Choosing Grace

The holiday season is upon us. This time of year can unleash a wide range of feelings, memories, and experiences. It can be a time of love and connection. It can also be a catalyst for amplifying feelings of loss and grief. It is a good time to stop and check in to...

Bridging the Gap – From Grief to Growth

Terrible things happen. Great things happen. Life happens. Change occurs. That is simply the nature of the experience we are having. Sometimes, by the very nature of events we label as ‘good’, going through the experience can seem easier. Any change leads to a...
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