Finding Gratitude Through Grief

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Whether you’ve lost someone close to you or you’ve lost yourself, grief is a powerful emotion to move through. It tips your world upside down and inside out in the most beautifully frustrating ways.

There are a few resources I would love to share with you for helping you move through your grief.

Introducing the 2nd Annual Virtual Grief Symposium: Navigating Emotions

Gratitude is the process of capturing the beauty and preserving special memories you have experienced with your loved one.

Gratitude opens your heart and soul to renew HOPE.

Perceiving your loss as an extension of the LOVE you have been given shapes character, brings joy, provides confidence, and is powerful in its healing capabilities. Know that you grieve because you have been gifted with a heart open to GREAT LOVE! You must find a way to live your life while honoring the one you have lost.

This journey may seem unattainable at times. Your grief journey is unique to you and is no small feat. As you explore the emotional turmoil that holds you captive in your grief, challenge any untrue thoughts, and allow yourself to welcome and be consumed by gratitude, you will feel validated in your struggles, begin to renew your hope, and honor your loved one by living in your purpose.

If you are grieving a loss, I would like to tell you that you are not alone. Processing your loss brings a plethora of emotion that you may not wish to sit with. However, when you work through the emotions instead of going around them; it is then that you can begin to take small stair steps towards moving forward in life. Pain from circumstance, no matter how horrific, can be dissolved as we move through and not around emotion. We find a new perspective, new hope, and the peace we are promised that surpasses all understanding.

The 2020 Grief Symposium has been created to bring those who grieve together in their understanding that Grief is something we should acknowledge and share. You do not have to suffer alone. There is something sensational about coming together as a community and releasing the emotion that cripples. Relating to others, reaching out to others, and encouraging others can begin a healing process one small Stair Step at a time.

What you don’t want to hear:

I understand…” – Each grief journey is as individual as the person who is grieving.
Just move on…” – We never move on, but have the availability to move forward.
They are in a better place…” – As a survivor of loss, the pain can feel unbearable.

What you DO want to hear

When you are grieving, you need a trusted support system.

You’re NOT alone
There is HOPE
You CAN talk about your loved one
You are NOT a burden

What you’ll receive with the 2020 Virtual Grief Symposium with the All Access Pass

…take it one small Stair Step at a time…

Why do I say Stair Steps? When my daughter was fighting for her life, we sat with doctors and created a medical plan for her care. I remember telling them that I just wanted to take it one small Stair Step at a time, acknowledging that I knew this would be a journey.

The process is an uphill climb and is not comfortable. The alternative was to stay still and do nothing. While there are arguments for both sides, I knew that there was a required growth in character on either side due to the uncontrollable circumstances we had been given. We grow out of discomfort and by forging our valleys. They are inevitable my friend. It is you that chooses how to journey through your circumstance be it with growth, honor, and gratitude or solitude and stagnation.

I would like to invite you to join us in learning how to acknowledge grief, lean on one another, and begin healing imperfectly as we grow in character, honor, and community. Surrender, pour out your hearts, and accept the outpouring of love from a community who acknowledges your pain and desires you to live in abundance. As in the song by Matt Redman; let us be Gracefully Broken.

Speakers you’ll hear from

Your All Access Pass

You can upgrade your ticket to an All Access Pass and receive ALL recorded videos plus BONUSES!

Children’s Grief: Arts and Crafts
Backstage Pass to My Good Grief Pathway- Level 1
Creative Self Care
(extra)Ordinary leadership: 10 Things Dad Taught Me Without Saying Anything (ebook)
Essential Oils For Emotional Support
Small Group Discussion
5 Day Journaling Activity
Confidence Mantras
How to Live A Life With Meaning and Purpose
Bucket List Builder
5 Day Devotional
… AND More!!!

Yes! I NEED the ALL ACCESS PASS to the 2020 Virtual Grief Symposium!

Click the button below to receive the ALL ACCESS PASS to the 2020 Virtual Grief Symposium so you can watch the videos and view the extra bonuses when you’re ready.

About Your 2020 Virtual Grief Symposium Host

Kristina Risinger is a close friend of mine. She is a wife, mom, and published author to the book Life After Losing A Loved One: How to Turn Grief Into Hope, Strength, and Purpose.

After her daughter passed away, she struggled with the intense pain that comes with losing a child. While completely natural, a life of grief, declined health, feeling overwhelmed, lost, and without hope is not optimal. Through her journey into healing from grief, she was able to find her purpose. Over the past couple of years, she developed a deep understanding of how grief works, how to release her pain, and how to turn that pain into gratitude and purpose.

Through her own grieving process, she felt a new sense of purpose grow in her heart. She found herself again through helping other families through their grieving processes. She found herself shining as a beacon of light supporting families through their healing process in their own unique ways, by helping them through finding faith, hope, and purpose.


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Nicole

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