"When something happens in a friend’s life, it can be challenging to know the right thing to do or say. The loss of a loved one, a job or any major life transition has the potential to elicit feelings of grief. Not only can it feel defeating for the person experiencing grief directly, it can also feel overwhelming and disheartening as an “outsider” hoping to offer support. Grief is an inevitable part of the human experience. As a young girl, I lost my mother to breast cancer. Since then, I have been no stranger to grief. With practice, my relationship with and response to grief has transformed over the years. I cannot recall in particular anything that was said by loved ones offering support as much as I recall who was there. I will always remember who showed up..." Click below for full article.
Full Article: Summer + Fall 2019 CO Yoga + Life Magazine