Sarah became a widow when the youngest of her four children was six weeks old. Her experiences have brought her to a place where she now offers grief support and more through her book and courses that she is setting up. Rather than sinking into complete despair, she invites a 'healthy' grieving option of awareness and integration of the double-sided coin of Grief and Love. I realize that for some the idea of 'healthy' grief might feel offensive. Depends on where you land with regard to language and how many of the multitude of platitudes and dismissive messages you've had to endure. I find that Sarah's approach is compassionate and also an opportunity for some ease between the waves of unrelenting grief and loss. She suggests ways to bring balance back into our lives and offers a doorway that we can, if we choose, walk through. Give her a look see and perhaps you will agree.
Her main site is
Here is the link to multiple of her resources: