when it feels like no one else understands what you’re feeling inside.
When it feels like you’re all alone with your grief.
When you want nothing more than to wake up one of these days and actually feel something, anything better than turmoil and angst.
And, besides, they wouldn’t understand anyway.
Maybe you’ve never really, truthfully, sought out and faced down the reason(s) behind your ongoing grief because your grief story is complicated and not straightforward—or maybe your very clear, painful reason for grieving is still stealing your breath and affecting your everyday life this very moment
When you’re ready … to try … to feel better.
“The Guided Heart: moving through grief and finding spiritual solace” is a book I wrote for you, fellow hurting hearts.
Inside these pages, you’ll hold my personal story & hindsight.
You’ll gain tools and techniques I continue to fall upon today. And, you’ll learn how I eventually found my way to spiritual solace and how you can, too.
Victoria lovingly shares the importance of
No matter how long it takes…exploring what our trials and tribulations teach us about ourselves and others…and remembering that we are all unique, but that both our grief and our desire to be at peace, bind us all as one. – Angela Goodeve, Life Coach
– Book Excerpt –
“Life is hard, challenging, messy, and far from a straight line. But there is beauty along the way, moving parallel with us as we travel through each day. I only wish I had stopped to appreciate all the beauty this life had to offer long ago – to feel it, and believe that emotional pain only lasts as long as we allow it to.
My message is this: it is never too late to start again. And again. And again, if you need to.
Begin by questioning your thoughts, slowly, you’ll peel away the layers. Only then can the real inner work begin.”
-victoria volk, The Guided heart