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PAST ONLINE EVENTS

OCTOBER 9 - 15

PREGNANCY and INFANT LOSS AWARENESS WEEK

I went LIVE to honor and support YOU during Pregnancy AND Infant Loss Awareness Week

THE VIDEOS:

PREGNANCY AFTER

LOSS  


GRIEF AND

BOUNDARIES

GRIEF AND SUPPORT CIRCLE

GRIEF AND THE AFFECTS ON OUR MIND + BODY

GRIEF AND MOVEMENT

 
 
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3 day SERIES

INFANT LOSS CONVERSATION   

The PAINFUL EMOTIONS [identifying, sharing personal stories, journaling]

AFFIRMING your baby

[memories, keepsakes, rituals]

The journey of HEALING

[ making sense, searching for meaning] 

WATCH OUT FOR THIS AGAIN

 

We all have our experiences with loss.   Whether is the loss of a loved one, a dream, one's health, a career... loss comes in many forms and the grief that follows can feel like a long road ahead.   Like so many other ways, moving through grief - through the most shadowy caves - is what allows us to return home to a new normal after a loss.   Grief, loss, and trauma are topics that aren't the most comfortable to talk about, but that's why Jenn and Kelly are joining together for the first time to discuss it head-on with heart, and we want you to join the conversation.  In this discussion we will:  Define grief and loss as it pertains to the hero's journey used in literature Track the milestones of the hero's journey and how it mirrors the grief process Discuss current cultural and societal factors of the hero's journey through grief Share how to tap into your intuition to aid in a healing relationship with grief Reveal practices, rituals, and other ways to support your journey and return home Reveal a road to connect with our soul, our core, and our intuition  It is in the restoring of our souls and the connecting with our intuition that opens the doors of healing in time.


We all have our experiences with loss.

Whether is the loss of a loved one, a dream, one's health, a career... loss comes in many forms and the grief that follows can feel like a long road ahead.

Like so many other ways, moving through grief - through the most shadowy caves - is what allows us to return home to a new normal after a loss.


Grief, loss, and trauma are topics that aren't the most comfortable to talk about, but that's why Jenn and Kelly are joining together for the first time to discuss it head-on with heart, and we want you to join the conversation.

In this discussion we will:

Define grief and loss as it pertains to the hero's journey used in literature
Track the milestones of the hero's journey and how it mirrors the grief process
Discuss current cultural and societal factors of the hero's journey through grief
Share how to tap into your intuition to aid in a healing relationship with grief
Reveal practices, rituals, and other ways to support your journey and return home
Reveal a road to connect with our soul, our core, and our intuition

It is in the restoring of our souls and the connecting with our intuition that opens the doors of healing in time.

 

loss + mother's day :: a mini free LIVE online healing event 

find a quiet space

book 30 minutes for yourself

grab a yummy drink

 a pen and paper or your favorite journal 

maybe light a candle

love, jenn xo 

 

Some people have a perfect Mother’s Day, with flowers, a crayon made card, breakfast in bed, and celebrations with friends and family. But for people who have lost a child or mother, or who are struggling with infertility, that is not what it looks like and it can be hard. If you find yourself swimming in an ocean of emotions as Mother's Day approaches.

My intention is to hold a safe for us to find our inner strength and resilience, as we create a plan for Mother's Day. We will discuss how friends and family can help, but also how we can create a new tradition around Mother’s Day that honors us and our loss.

If you are a friend of someone who might be struggling with Mother's Day, please join us as well.

I will be talking about how they can support.

This event offers:

A grounding Meditation

A journal exercise Ideas to help you create a new Mother’s Day

A supportive community

Much love, Jenn