I rolled over in my bed to the phone ringing and glanced at the clock that read 3:30 a.m. Groggily I answered the phone and heard my niece on the other line. She had a very low voice and seemed like she didn’t want to tell me. She then informed me in a shaky voice that my mom had passed away.
We were in a lockdown and couldn’t even go see her, and with the restrictions we could not have a funeral. How was I supposed to get through this with these complex issues? I was isolated, lost, scared, and felt completely helpless and heartbroken.
When the sun rose, I went for a walk and stood by a tree, and it nurtured my pain, just like my mom did when hugging me. I felt unconditional love.
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Picture a day when you can be fully present with your family.
Picture a day when a loved one says to you it's great to see you laughing again.
Picture a day when you feel joy and peace in your heart.
Picture a day when you look forward to waking up.
Let me leave you with this one last thought.
With my mother, it took 3 months to have her funeral.
With my family gathered the day before her funeral, my brother had a massive heart attack and dropped dead in my mom's kitchen.
Not only did I lose my mom, but my brother died of a heart attack.
Despite the compounded losses, I made it through to the other side of grief and I am here to help you to the other side of your grief.
You deserve to be free and live your best life each day.