LIVING DYING COLOURING IN

The Processing of Grief and Loss

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 Navigating grief, turmoil & the things life throws at you so you can live your best life. 

Saying Goodbye

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 In this picture you can see I am saying goodbye to my daughter. Not because she was leaving us to marry and start a new life, but rather because she only had fifteen days left on this earth and was dying of cancer. I was barely alive myself. Overweight, sluggish and overtaken by grief I managed to get through it all.  Afterwards, a gaping hole opened up inside of me. The void beckoned and I nearly fell in. My daughters and my husband stopped me from falling and disappearing. Now it is my turn to dance and colour around the edge of the blackness with joy. 

Finding the Balance

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It is so much easier to choose the harder route to a poorer lifestyle when grief makes you almost immobile. Poor eating, bingeing, lack of exercise, appaling mental state and many other aspects all go towards making the poor choices we often make in times of severe stress. This happened to me after the loss of my daughter. Choosing the cleaner way of living is actually harde in the shorter term we all know that. However, the results from that choice are in the long run and often immediately beneficial to us - it just takes a decision, support and a plan to keep it going until it becomes a 

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IT CAN BE HARD TO MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICES

Lifestyle Guidance

My own journey to finding a healthy lifestyle has given me insight into the many challenges one encounters on this journey. This enables me to bring a high level of empathy, respect, and understanding to those who need genuine help. 

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