BOOK REVIEW “Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive” by Allison Gilbert

Five years ago, I was on a serious hunt to find people who had also lost both of their parents. I started my blog, and soon after, learned about Allison Gilbert. I bought her book Parentless Parents and Always Too Soon on the same day and when I did, I immediately knew I wasn't alone

What Happens After You Die?

Want to learn about what happens after you die? Hear P.M.H. Atwater's experience as she tells what she saw after she died 3 times in 1977. BOOK LINK: http://amzn.to/1uHUiFS

Byron Katie’s The Work: Judge Your Neighbor Worksheet

I'm a fan of Byron Katie. She has a process about thoughts called "The Work", have you heard of it? It's an amazing process of moving forward beyond stories and thoughts we believe. Here's a little bit about Byron Katie and her process.

Who is Byron Katie? Learn about “The Work”

I'm a fan of Byron Katie. She has a process about thoughts called "The Work", have you heard of it? It's an amazing process of moving forward beyond stories and thoughts we believe. Here's a little bit about Byron Katie and her process.

The Sedona Method Continues to Help Me With My Healing

The Sedona Method changed my life. It gives you the tools to move through difficult emotions quickly simply by inviting them in and then releasing them. There are questions you can ask yourself (outloud or in your head).

Your feedback is needed: What have been your biggest challenges so far after losing your mom, your dad or losing both parents?

I'm asking you for your feedback. Please write me an email with what your biggest challenges have been so far after losing your parents. This is a private email that will not be shared. I'm asking this of you because I want to help you in the best way possible and the only way I can do that is to know exactly what things you have challenges with.

Mother’s Day 2014: What to do with this day when you’ve lost your mom

Missing your mother on mother's day: How in the world can you get through this mother's day without your mama?

Losing Your Parents named #23 out of 115 Helpful Websites on Grief and Bereavement on MastersInCounseling.org

I'm happy to be writing with the news that MastersInCounseling.org has just published their latest feature, "Coping with Loss: 115 Helpful Websites on Grief & Bereavement," and LosingYourParents.org has been listed as #23 out of 115! Check out the article!  

Open to Hope Interview with Lisa A. Snyder

Listen to my interview with Open to Hope's Dr. Gloria Horsley about Losing Your Parents and following your bliss.

Finishing Cleaning Up My Parents Belongings & My Video with Christina Rasmussen’s 30 Days of Hope Project

I just finished 4 years of cleanup of my parents belongings on the day my dad died (Oct 14th, which was Monday). The 15th was my birthday, and this was absolutely the hardest and best birthday of my life. On top of all this beauty, Christina Rasmussen invited me to be a part of her "30 Days of Hope" project. I am honored to be a part of this and to share my knowledge and understanding on how one can truly move forward after the death of their parents, at any age. Please watch and share this video with anyone who needs it.