you can unburden your heart & live unleashed.
Ever believed you’ll never feel good again, that you’re forced to have a heavy heart and suffer emotional turmoil—that grief has its grip on you forever?
When I lived every aching day controlled by untouched, unresolved grief that showed itself in emotional distance, tumultuous relationships, and me going through the motions but not feeling alive in my soul – I didn’t know that I had a choice in the matter, or that I could heal.
I’ve traveled the unchosen road that I’m here to help you along. Hope in place of despair, discovering and defining, creative healing and unleashing: The Unleashed Heart.
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It’s packed with helpful information and it's totally free. By the end, you'll know more about grief than 98% of the population.
LET ME HOLD YOUR HAND AS WE TAKE THIS JOURNEY OF UNLEASHING YOUR HEART TOGETHER.
dO YOU wonder?
What would your life look like, be like, if you no longer felt steadily weighed down by internal struggles and emotional grief?
What could you accomplish if, through guided self-reflection and discovery, you were finally allowed a sense of understanding, genuine peace of mind, and ongoing inspiration to love and live, unleashed of burden and anguish?
imagine your dayS filled with possibilities
LIVING UNLEASHED ™ is where you can start. However, if you’re ready to dig deep into your grief, then I welcome you to take part in one of The Grief Recovery Method Programs I offer.
With the gift of guided support, meant for your own private journey, you’ll fully discover yourself and finally, tap into your truth that healing and happiness are possible.
We’ll work together as you face, and move through your grief struggles while I bring you opportunities to continually delve deeper, discover further, and feel better.
There is no grief like the grief that does not speak.
– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Hurting hearts pump in widowers’ chests differently than childhood trauma survivors’, in a wife whose husband suffers PTSD versus a broken-hearted mama whose child is fighting a losing battle with drugs or alcohol … Grief has many faces and presents itself in more than forty ways.
Yet, there’s a unifying nature within grief that anchors and strengthens, reminding us that we all desire to be happy, healthy, and able to feel true joy in our lives. Expressing, defining, and discovering heart-centered ways to live your life released of grief’s burden is the journey I welcome you through at The Unleashed Heart.
Here's how we can journey &
Unleash your heart together
the unleashed letters
Insight and inspiration, you’ll feel supported as you open each emailed letter and find inside learning opportunities, growth, and healing.
the guided heart
Let my personal story, helpful resources, and commitment to moving through grief into peace help you to do the same.
When Your Hurting Heart is Ready for Relief
Take this powerful opportunity.
Inside you’ll discover what you uniquely require in order to thrive, precise elements critical to your specific healing—and the very basis of everything you’ll need to move forward and feel better.
It’s short, inviting, and absolutely free.
The Unleashed Letters
Discover more about yourself, your hurting heart, and feel supported in every letter.
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