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Normalize Talking About Loved One

If you know someone whose child, spouse, parent, sibling, loved one has died…don’t be afraid to mention their name because you think you might make them sad by reminding them that they died. You are not reminding them. They didn’t forget they died. You are reminding them that you remember that they lived.

When you ask about someone who died by their name you honor the life they lived. We know they died. Lets normalize talking about our loved ones after they have died.

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I am a grief counselor, certified grief educator, certified professional life coach, speaker, and writer dedicated to helping you navigate through life and loss. My greatest joy is to help others, to have the honor to listen to your story, and to offer hope. I am truly grateful and it is my privilege to be on this journey with you.