Dr. Wyatt is looking forward to sharing Grief Coach with people, especially those supporting grievers. She says, "I value the fact that Grief Coach allows each person grieving to name supporters who will also receive text messages. Many times I see friends and loved ones who have the best intentions of offering ongoing support to the griever, but day-to-day life gets in the way and they simply don't remember important anniversaries and occasions."
Grief Coach (Help Texts) welcomes new affiliate, Amy Fabian-Crump, CEO and founder of Dragonfly Vibes
Amy personally receives Grief Coach texts and knows the value of having simple, easy access to help after a loss. She says: "Support is critical to our healing journey and it can take many forms. The more we can make getting support easy for those grieving the more likely people are to take advantage of it."
When it comes to being a Grief Coach affiliate, Ohlemiller says, “In a world of constantly evolving technology, I was so encouraged to hear about this text-based service offering grief support that is tailored to each person’s grief experience.” And no matter how long it’s been since your loved one died, Ohlemiller knows the value of ongoing support: “Grief Coach gives both new and experienced grieving hearts reminders, tips, and education to help support continued healing and hope. It makes grief feel survivable, especially when you feel like you have no one to talk to after a loss.”
Educator's Heart Consulting uses emotional management strategies and trauma-informed teaching to help educators support their students, especially those who are at-risk, underprivileged, and under-resourced. Founder Cathy Peters also reminds teachers to tend to themselves through self-care, which is important now more than ever.
For many grieving people, the holiday season is a far cry from “the most wonderful time of the year.” The seemingly never-ending stream of parties, parades, and to-dos can make it harder than usual to set aside time to honor your grief.
Happy Holidays! Or are they? The holiday season is filled with twinkling lights and cheerful music, but this may not be reflective of how your grieving loved one is feeling. In fact watching people planning social gatherings and family parties may make your loved one painfully aware that someone who used to be part of their celebrations, is no longer here. It is normal to feel helpless when you’re trying to support someone who is grieving during the holiday season. We hope these 5 tips will help!
So you’ve signed up for a Grief Coach subscription and now you have the opportunity to add supporters to your subscription. What does this mean? Who should you add? Maybe the idea of adding supporters sounds great, but you’re unsure of who to add and how to ask them. We can help.
Bevival is part of a global movement aimed at increasing death literacy for the living.
During the end-of-life planning phase, we can give grief permission to exist. Giving a voice to the grief that is present can create a sacred space where feelings and thoughts can be shared, absorbed, and in some cases released.
Within moments, we received our first responses, and within the first 24 hours, we had nearly a 50% response rate.
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