Dealing with the loss of a loved one is heartbreaking and the emotional turmoil can be overwhelming. When trying to ease your suffering, it is imperative to find resources that will assist with healing.
Child loss and grief can be debilitating to your life. Learning how to cope with loss is crucial to work towards healing. You can access the tools of your own mind to help you through this difficult process.
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Do You Believe in the Afterlife?
Follow this bereaved Mother's journey towards a spiritual connection with her son in Heaven. Over 300 pages of direct accounts of her experiences and touches with the other side.
During her first year after child loss, Kim's belief system was altered when she started receiving signs from her deceased son. After documenting multiple accounts, she began to take notice that something remarkable was happening. She couldn't deny the fact that so many coincidences were playing out before her, and she knew deep in her heart that human existence was not limited to a physical body.
Lead a Happier Life By Changing Your Perspective!
The world is a fascinating place but if you fail to recognize all the glorious aspects, you will begin to be drawn down into the conditioning of society. Break free from the complainers and negative thinkers and explore your world in a whole new way. Appreciation breeds a renewed outlook on life.
The Solution Wizard series of books focuses on every day challenges that people face in society. From personal finance issues, to dealing with the death of a loved one, Kim will guide you towards healing. She has always enjoyed writing, and you'll even find a few children's books that are geared towards making memories with your little ones. Life is precious, and once you realize the spectacular world you are a part of, your perspective will begin to blossom.
Do you believe in signs?
A look at disposing of belongings after someone has died. This video is just my own opinion, as this is how I felt with my son's physical items.
Everyone is different and handles this in their own way, in their own time. Be respectful if your views differ from someone else. It's not beneficial to judge, as you really don't know their reasons one way or another.
Honoring special occasions without our loved ones can be very difficult. Here is a method I use often to overcome grief.
Many people in society do not know how to help you. Grief can be a lonely journey and you will need to find resources that help you through times of isolation.
For child loss survivors, this tends to be a question that parents stumble over every time they are blind-sided by it. Your mind swirls in anguish, and your internal challenges of how to answer this simple question, overflow you with emotion. I have found a way to finally address this question and let the fear go about my response.
Kim Halerwich-Clark delves into the emotional torment of grief and works towards coping methods to ease the suffering of those dealing with loss. Her unique perspective on grief gives her students practical exercises and coping techniques to assist them with the grieving process. She explores the idea of existence after death of the physical body and shares her story of healing after losing her only son in 2015.
Join in on her journey of survival, if you have lost a loved one or work with clients who are struggling with loss.
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Who this course is for:
Instructor Kim Halerwich-Clark is Certified in Neuro Linguistic Programming and is currently studying hypnotherapy and also works with personalized meditations to ease the symptoms of grief.
In 2015, Kim lost her eighteen year old son, Logan, and her world came to a abrupt halt. Through writing books and teaching workshops, Kim gained the strength after child loss to continue her desire of helping others who are suffering.
Kim brings a unique perspective to the grieving process, as she has been immersed in her own journey of healing. Her goal is to empower her students and help them emerge from the obstacles that keep them stuck in places that no longer serve their best interest.