Grief can be a full-stop experience. It requires time, attention and care. Sometimes, full-time.
Learning to love yourself through grief can take a tsunami of courage, over and again, every day, for as long as it takes.
Even when it seems like it will never end, and that nothing is changing, and you feel just as lost and weak today as you did
yesterday, things are changing below that surface.
There are things you can do to support you and shorten your grieving process. But public schools don’t teach that.
And many families don’t know how to do that. And religions and support groups can’t always be there when you need support.
But you can learn how to grieve better, at the Heron’s Nest.
Having grieved and grown through many losses including but not limited to her childhood, pregnancy, divorce and death, Angelique can show you how to avoid the problematic pitfalls that well-meaning people may try to pull you towards. And why and how to guide yourself back towards you and your feelings, learning to care for, love and support them–no matter what. By allowing and creating your own safety to feel and heal, you can learn to grieve in ways that honor you, the losses, and the learning that the grieving lends.