Light from Darkness After Child Loss
Following child loss, light from darkness can be found. It is possible to heal grief and find inner peace. Most importantly, healing practices, arts and education are here to help you! A few blog examples are within the text below. Above in the menu bar, click on blog to explore!
There Can Be Hope After Child Loss
Welcome to Linda M. Wolfe’s world! She has found that, despite child loss, light from darkness can become reality. Her four identities are mother, teacher, artist, and seeker. This quartet jointly forms her blog framework. Because she eventually found comfort, she likewise desires to share this feeling with you!
Here is the cover for LIFE WITH(OUT) JAMES: Light from Darkness, a mother’s memoir of WHAT? HUH? WOW! HOW!, a spiritual journey through her son’s illness, passing and reach from beyond. If you would like more information and/or to receive a free download of the introduction, hop over to https://Linda-M-Wolfe.com/LMW-Free-Download/.
Mother & Teacher Help Heal Child Loss
Indeed, she panicked at their adult son’s diagnosis. He was up against pancreatic cancer. Firstly, her mama-heart influenced her mindset. She eventually transformed a fear-based crisis. Conversely, she turned it to a love-based opportunity. Fear can be significantly banished. Most importantly, FEAR IS THE LOCK offers ideas. Secondly, her teacher-mind experienced prolific learning. It was during their son’s nine year illness until his passing. Furthermore, she learned vibrational healing as in PAIN: KNOCK IT DOWN – 174 HZ. You may find it relaxing!
Child Loss Assistance from Artist & Seeker
Thirdly, her artist-hand revealed new creativity. Visual and verbal creations pour from her hand. This art teacher knows the arts can markedly ease grief. ERASE GRIEF shows how. Fourth, her seeker persona led her to rather beautiful spiritual insights. Word Consciousness was one vital result. Additionally, she desires to inspire hope, love, peace and joy for you, regardless of your circumstances.
Above all, we must focus on beautiful moments. Ignore future fears. Often times, our fears may never happen. Furthermore, fearful living accomplishes nothing. It undoubtedly lowers our immunity. In conclusion, her best advice is from their son’s toddler wisdom. Surprisingly, this was one of his amazing comments to her. He exclaimed, “Oh poo-bah, don’t worry about it!”
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Linda M. Wolfe
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