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From little losses to life changing ones, grief is everywhere.

Life is messy.

Whether you regularly encounter grieving people, or you're noticing a lot more grief in your workplace, Megan can help you feel less like a deer in headlights and more like a competent, compassionate human being. The cool thing is, the skills we need to meet grief are the same skills we need to face everyday life. On this page: resources to get you started.

We need each other to survive.

Everyone's at least a little bit -not ok- these days, and talking about it helps. Join the conversation on It's OK that You're Not OK: the podcast. You'll hear intimate, unscripted stories from today's leading teachers, writers, activists, and entertainers. Plus: with so many aspects of Real Human Life explored without sugar coating any of it, episodes are a great jumping off place for client (and colleague!) discussions. 

Writing Your Grief: the original course

Over 10,000 people have taken this course!  Share the best-selling Writing Your Grief course with clients & colleagues and give them a place to tell the whole truth about their grief. Tip for providers: encourage clients to share their writing - or the insights gained through writing - in your sessions. It's a powerful tool. 

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Get the book that started a movement: building a more compassionate world starts with changing our ideas about grief.

We can make things better, even when they can't be made right.