Grief and Relationships

Grief is tough especially while doing it alone, but imagine sharing a space with your partner who is grieving.  As your divorce proof relationship coach, my mission is always to try to get ahead of the problem. The reality is that a lot of relationships  fall apart after one or both spouses suffer a significant…

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4 Important Lesson’s on Relationships from Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon

I started this new tradition since my sister relocated from Colorado to Texas. We get takeout and watch movies at her place. I’m really big on establishing rituals to stay connected especially in this busy world we live in.  Well she loves cartoon movies, initially she suggested Raya and The Last Dragon, and I said,…

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Grief Journal

One thing I noticed as a counselor is that life never really slows down after death. Which leaves a lot of us in an unfortunate predicament because we never truly get to process our grief in a healthy way. Even the students I service at my campus, pick their selves up and keep it pushing.…

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Grief and the Holiday Season

One thing I love about this time of year, are the rich conversations that we share with other people. Sunday night my mom and I were talking about her Mom (my granny) and how much we loved her. My heart felt so full, because I loved my granny and she left my life at a…

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Check On Your Strong Friend

I know we’ve all seen the post, check on your strong friends circulating. I am definitely that person, who carries a million people (I feel like), on my back, I am not complaining, I am actually beyond grateful for the gifts God has placed inside of me. However, I would be lying if I said…

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