Tag Archives | grief and healing

Empathy Cards and the Today Show

Hello ladies. I was pleased and proud to be part of an article for the TodayShow.com – about why we need to be more open about our pregnancy losses.  Here is the article: http://www.today.com/parents/what-say-when-friend-has-miscarriage-t47746 I am also really excited about these empathy cards that Dr. Jessica Zucker has created to support loved ones who have miscarried. […]

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a blessing for beauty

While on the Return To Zero Retreat this past weekend I was left speechless time and again.  For anyone who knows me well, they know I’m not usually one to find difficulty in talking.  But this weekend.  Was simply too beautiful for words. One moment that left me completely floored, with chills up and down […]

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pausing to remember

When people have asked me the standard Back To School question, “How was your summer?” I’ve responded mostly with the only answer that seems sufficient. Good seems inadequate to describe it all, Crazy seems too flip – as there was a lot of depth to the all-over-the place times. Full. Full Is the word I’ve been […]

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upcoming retreat

Hello dear ones: For anyone interested, here is information on Return To Zero’s upcoming retreat in Seattle: http://www.returntozerohealingcenter.com/seattle-2015 I’ll be leading the yoga…come take a weekend away for your own healing. xo

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seasons.

Little by little I am learning to trust the cycles, the seasons, of my life.  As I get older I am beginning to notice life moves along in ebbs in flows, in all facets, all the time.  Somewhere inside myself I had this knowledge and could sense it, but only sort of.  It is only […]

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Autumn Nostalgia

I love the fall.  I love the colors, the smells, the air.  I love the way it makes me feel – cozy – like it is ok to want to curl up inside with a blanket and a book.  It feels natural to travel inward as the days become shorter and the air gets crisper. […]

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