Photo: Darcy Hemley
I am an artist, writer and life-long student of the grieving process.
Mourning a great loss, painful as it is, also presents an opportunity for positive growth and often, creative work. For me, writing helps move emotions through. After a stillbirth in 2005, I wrote Dancing with the Midwives, which you can find here. Currently, I am hard at work on a novel about adolescent grief.
We all suffer losses throughout our lives, each of them unique experiences, many of them healed with time. Then there are the life-altering deaths that demand our full attention, sometimes years after the fact. The loss of a child, a parent, a partner, even a pet, a job, a marriage, or a friend can be too much to manage. We need support to get through it. Sometimes we need strategies and help.
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