If you’re losing sleep or don’t feel “up to the task” in taking care of your loved ones needs, I want you to know that you CAN create a setting for your loved one’s peaceful passage through the dying process.
I can help you understand what your loved one needs, so that you, yourself, have peace in this precious (but sometimes difficult) journey.
As much as it can be hard to lose a loved one, it can also be a Sacred and beautiful time in which your Beloved has a foot in two worlds, one in this world, and one in the next. With an experienced guide – someone who can hold this space for you – family members find they can be more present with their loved one and enjoy those remaining days/weeks rather than feeling confused about ‘what to do.’
If you’re feeling unprepared for a loved one’s dying process and time is passing quickly, I want to give you hope! It’s ok that you feel out-of-your-league as a caregiver and possibly ‘freaked out’ about what’s coming. I know how to come in and help!
If your loved one lives out-of-town from your place of residence I can help there too. With a phone call (or on Zoom) you can gain more peace of mind to move forward.