Have you ever felt or said “God I wished that I’d known that at a much younger age?”

For me, I wish that I had been aware of everything I now know about how to easily move beyond loss, when I was going through all of my life’s tragic loss events, I did it the hard way.

The same way that my grandparents and parents did it.

They all had many major loss events. They all lost a child and many loved ones. Experienced breakdown of marriages, job losses, business losses, home foreclosures, financial losses, major health scares and many more loss events.

I saw how they grieved and suffered.

Mostly in silence. And I was following the same pattern. Until I stopped and started looking for answers to some deep and meaningful questions.

I now know the answers to those questions.

I love to say that I assist people who have suffered any of the 40+ different loss events, that can affect our lives, to learn how to easily move beyond any kind of loss and create a better everyday life.

Love and loss are an everyday occurrence.

Overwhelming emphasis is placed on learning how to acquire things in order to make life successful and happy.

We have learned much about acquiring things, we have precious little accurate information on what to do when we lose people and things.

Which is quite ridiculous when you consider that we are all liable to face several major losses in our lives.

Sometimes loss is even predictable.

Sometimes, like me, you will wake thinking you are going to have a lazy day at home, though within minutes you realise you have woken to learn how to move beyond a Mother’s Worst Nightmare!

Very few of us want to talk about loss, think about it, and even less of us even know what to say when loss occurs.

It’s time to acknowledge that the way the majority of us currently process the feelings caused by loss is not working for us, individually, as a community or for the western world.

It’s time to delve into how we currently do loss, how we can break that cycle and develop some helpful habits and steps for dealing with grief and suffering.

It does not matter which of the 40 plus loss events brought you here, you can find the answers to how you can easily move beyond any kind of loss and create your better everyday life.

In the emails to come, I’ll be sharing how you can stop the suffering and start the living and loving.

Though more importantly, lets ensure that you learn how to know that next time loss comes to visit, you will not suffer and grieve, you will unwrap the gift this event has brought to you!

If you’re ready to get help now, book your Complimentary Beyond Loss Introductory Session, at:

With love and gratitude,