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    Life Lessons in Success: Meet My Co-Author Angie Dobransky

    One of the best decisions I have ever made was to sign for the one-year Train the Trainer program offered by author, speaker and trainer Jack Canfield. Not only did I learn important principles during this program but I also had the opportunity to work and grow with some amazing individuals. It probably comes as no surprise then that when I learned that some of my Train the Trainer classmates were going to write a book together, I natural jumped at the chance to be a part of it. The name of that book is Life Lessons In Success and today I would like to introduce to you one of…

  • Gracefully Grieving

    Your Last Chance to Sign Up For My Gracefully Grieving Class

    URGENT! Registration will close in less than 6 hours and it’s not opening again. This is your very last opportunity to join my ‘Gracefully Grieving Energy Healing Online Class’. Secure your spot now or miss out completely: https://gracefullygrieving.com/healing Grace Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional! P.S. This isn’t some marketing gimmick or false scarcity. The registration page will literally be taken offline at 00:00 Pacific Time tonight and you won’t be able to enroll anymore. Join the class now since this is your last opportunity: https://gracefullygrieving.com/healing

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    Gracefully Grieving: Choosing a Path Towards Growth

    Here’s my journey to heal and find love again. Want to do the same? Sign up to gain access to my FREE 6-part video series here: https://gracefullygrieving.com/general-opt-in My mom became a widow when she was 44 and she decided her life was over. She has been living a standard single widow life for almost 30 years now, still crying and blaming all her troubles on the fact that she is a widow. When I became a widow at 43, I didn’t even know if I had a better choice than my mom. However, I truly believe that no matter what happens, as long as I am determined to make the…

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    Gracefully Grieving: The Danger of Unresolved Grief

    What has scared you the most after losing your loved one? After working with many women who are grieving, I have noticed that they all have one thing in common. It seemed like they all believed on some level that there was no way for them to suffer less and heal faster from their grief and therefore they seemed to have no hope for the future. It appeared that life had lost all meaning and they couldn’t see themselves being happy again. What’s the biggest danger these women face when they hold these beliefs? Holding the above beliefs will cause these women to be stuck in their grief for years!!!…

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    Gracefully Grieving: What Does It Mean To Be a Widow?

    People often ask me, “why did you choose to be a Grief Healing Coach?” I have to say that in a million years, I had never planned on being a Grief Healing Coach. But God has his own ways of directing people to where they need to be. My dream job since I was little was to either be a police officer, lawyer or journalist. I wanted to be someone who could help others who needed to be protected and give them a voice (you may see a pattern here). Growing up in poverty in China, all of these jobs were far out of my reach because if you didn’t…

  • Gracefully Grieving

    The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Losing a Loved One.

    What happened? What are the FACTS that make up the story of what happened to your deceased love one? The facts are the part of the story that DOESN’T CHANGE. This doesn’t include your feelings or your response to the story, simply only the facts. Here are the facts in my story of loss. My father died from cancer. My late husband died from cancer. What are the plain facts that make up your story of loss? Now, feel free to tell your own version of the stories regarding your loss. Here is the story I used to tell myself after my dad died: Having an abusive mom, my dad…

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    What life looks like for an empowered and healed woman!

    Just close your eyes and imagine your brand new life now. You wake up from a good night’s sleep, stretching your arms while opening your eyes. Instantly you smile and your heart is full of appreciation. You love your new, cozy home. Everything is just the way you always wanted; simple, yet it speaks volumes about who you are. You get up and get yourself a cup of your favorite coffee, getting dressed while listening to your favorite audiobook. Today is a very special day. It is the wedding anniversary of you and your late husband. You scan your whole body for any signs of pain or sorrow but you…

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    Gracefully Grieving: 5 Step Process to Bring You More Peace!

    While talking to a friend yesterday, she expressed the anger, fear, guilt, frustration and overwhelming feelings she was having about an unknown future life after the loss of her husband she had been married to for 30+ years. This is exactly what grief feels like. There are so many intense emotions and it’s almost impossible to find peace, right? With grief our old life is gone, the door has closed, and there is no way we can go back. We don’t like our new normal and we just want the old life that we had. Does this sound familiar? Feeling like this is where our suffering comes from. Today, I…

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    International Widow’s Day: What It Means To Be a Widow

    You may not know it but today is International Widow’s Day! I didn’t know about it until I became a widow myself three and a half years ago. There are many people who tell me that I don’t look like a widow because I am too happy, too powerful and too put together! So it got me thinking that it is time to redefine the term WIDOW. Or better yet, what should an awakened, empowered widow look like? A widow is a woman whose world was unwilling destroyed and shattered. Being sad, angry, confused and scared is normal for widows at the very beginning stages of grief. But at the…

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