It’s OK to not be OK.
If your life has exploded into a million little bits, you don’t need platitudes. You don’t need cheerleading. You don’t need to be told this all happened for a reason.
Some things cannot be fixed. They can only be carried.
How do you help a grieving friend?
Watch this short animation to find out.
Welcome. I’m glad you’re here. I’m sorry you have need of this place. I’d rather know you for an entirely different, completely wonderful reason. And here we are anyway.
Most of what passes for grief support is less than useful. I created Refuge in Grief to tell the truth about grief, with no sugar coating. I created it to give you support that actually sounds like you – something that speaks to your life, your mind, your heart.
I made this for you: grief support that doesn’t suck.
It’s OK That You’re Not OK is a book for grieving people, those who love them, and all those seeking to love themselves—and each other—better.
“It’s OK That You’re Not OK is a permission slip to feel what you feel, do what you do, and say what you say when life finds you in a place of profound loss and the world seems hell-bent on telling you the right way to get back to being the person you’ll never again be.”