Everyone grieves differently. There is no timeline, there are no stages. Your grief becomes a part of who you are, but it never goes away.


In 1998, I was on a road trip with my four children when the asphalt caught the left front wheel of our Suburban. Our car rolled four times and our family would never be the same.

Let Love Guide You

Grief is grounded in love. If you let that love guide you, you will survive. The journey is not linear, and it lasts forever. The only way to survive is through.


When the lives of children are lost in tragedy, grief is all-consuming. I work with individuals, families, schools and communities in crisis to restore faith and hope.


Click here to download tools and view a list of our partners and resources for those going through unthinkable tragedy, grief and loss.

Traumatic Brain Injury

I'll share what we learned about complimentary therapies, cognitive rehabilitation and nutrition.

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A Timeline of Grief

How Mary Beth's grief shaped her life and her community