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Grief and Loss Resources

Looking for materials and information to help make sense of your experience, feel less alone, or support others when they are grieving? Explore the pages below to learn about grief, listen to stories from others, and make supportive connections.

Have you discovered helpful information on your journey? Please consider sending it to us so we can share it with others.

Heart To Heart: From One Griever to Another: Sudden Loss and Finding New Love

Heart To Heart: From One Griever to Another: Sudden Loss and Finding New Love

My wife Mary and I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary on September 12, 2020. On the morning of November 6, 2020 I went for my daily walk. When I returned from my walk, I found Mary lying dead on the bathroom floor. I was devastated and at a complete loss of what to do. Not only was she my wife but also my business partner. So I lost my wife, partner and also our livelihood…

Rediscovering Yourself in the Kitchen with our December Open heART Studio – an upcoming workshop

Rediscovering Yourself in the Kitchen with our December Open heART Studio – an upcoming workshop

The heart of almost every home is the kitchen. There is a caring and tenderness that can breathe in that space. At the Open heART Studio this December, we welcome you back into the kitchen, without pressure or expectation, and with lots of support. While holidays stir up memories that can feel difficult, we want to give you a gift within a safe place to create, experience, and connect while giving yourself a sweet takeaway.

An Unusual Place to Find Meaning, Inspiration, & Perspective by Dr. Troyer

An Unusual Place to Find Meaning, Inspiration, & Perspective by Dr. Troyer

Whether you are actively grieving a loved one or you are simply dealing with the ever-present challenges of life, we all seek sources of meaning, inspiration, and perspective. We long to feel healed, be moved, and feel connected to something larger than ourselves. We may find these sources in a person or a book. But for many of us, we look to a specific place. These holy places have a unique ability to make us feel right again.

Continuing Bonds – an upcoming workshop

Continuing Bonds – an upcoming workshop

What does it mean to continue bonds with your loved one? Continuing Bonds is typically used to describe the relationship that continues between a loved one who has passed away and the person left behind. I like to describe it as continuing the connections, communication, and relationships with our loved ones on the other side.