Grief and Loss Resilience

I help introverted women, over 45, understand their fears, stress, anxiety, worry and overwhelm experienced asa result of loss and grief. 

Your past is always present and is often influencing how you are living your life today

if you are looking for help with moving forward with your grief and loss with compassion for yourself, to connect with your inner strength and resilience and to loosen the grip that stress, worry and anxiety appear to have over you then please know this, it’s not you – it’s your brain and the good news is, this can be changed. 

Dear You

 Brain Health – More and more research is showing that the one organ of the body we tend to overlook when it comes to feeding it what it requires is the brain. Your grieving brain may require different foods and supplements than you would normally eat. Simple changes may give your brain the boost it requires right now.

 Brain Stress – it’s a thing. Traumatic events can encode the experiences as stress and anxiety in your brain which is then felt by the whole of your body. Encoding is when stress molecules literally get stuck on the neurons of your brain creating repetitive negative memories and lack of peace of mind.

 Brain Saboteurs – We all have them. those nagging thoughts that prevent you from thinking clearly and with focus. Loss and grief can really fire up those saboteur thoughts of blame, shame, anger, regret and guilt. With mental fitness tools it is possible to regain your ease, your calm and your flow as you uncover the gift in the grief your are experiencing.