It’s been said that ‘lonely’ is not a powerful enough word to describe widowhood. Loneliness, isolation, social isolation…for many widowed people these are parts of the reality of widowed life. The powerful feeling of emptiness that follows the death of our spouse or partner can be one of the most painful experiences of our widowed […]
An insightful and empathetic workshop leader and co-facilitator with over a decade of experience in grief and bereavement support. Creator of an ontological (language, body & emotions) coaching practice supporting those in sorrow to provide a safe place for clients to explore and understand their feelings. Using gentle healing techniques in a conversation style setting I find supportive strategies each client is led to. When these techniques are combined with education, encouragement and willingness, there is hope to find meaning and purpose as a caregiver/survivor who experiences loss and death.
The loss of intimacy is a part of widowed life that is not often publicly discussed. As widowed people explore ways to manage skin-hunger, the potential for an increased sex drive…