My guest today, Kimberly Pittman-Schultz describes herself as a poet and a human. Kimberly is also a Grief Mentor.
We had an incredibly powerful conversation where Kimberley shares the deep work that she does in helping people reimagine and recreate their lives so they can hold onto their loved ones in a new way, move into the future with a sense of purpose, and experience joy again.
Kimberley Pittman-Schultz is the author of two books: Grieving Us: A Field Guide for Living with Loss Without Losing Yourself and Mosslight, a poetry book. Her gift is addressing the special needs of those grieving a beloved companion; implementing mindfulness & sensory healing; writing—poetry, personal storytelling & journaling.
- The tidal nature of grief
- Taking the reins
- The role of alcohol in processing grief
- Joy habits
- Letting be, letting go, letting in
- The 3 styles of grieving