Certified Life & Loss Coach
& Bereaved Mother
My third pregnancy ended abruptly at 32 weeks when I delivered my twin girls via C-section.
It was a devastating experience that completely changed who I was. A year later, I had my rainbow baby and tried to convince myself that I could heal on my own, piecing my life back together with my new baby.
However, I failed to realize the toll that the suppressed grief was taking on my body and overall well-being. Eventually, I reached a point where I recognized that I was merely surviving each day, unable to allow myself to dream for fear of disappointment. This approach was keeping not only me but also my family and marriage, confined.
That's when coaching entered my life, providing me with the courage to confront my fears head-on. It enabled me to express the things I had been keeping inside and take the necessary steps to move past my grief, reclaiming my ability to truly live.
This is what I desire for everyone.
It's why I decided to create the kind of support I wished I had during those years of silent suffering. My aim is to help individuals avoid enduring unnecessary pain and guide them toward a path of healing.
While nothing can replace the loss of a baby, it is possible to live a beautiful life even in the face of such tragedy. I am so passionate about helping people realize this as they journey through their grief.
I have been happily married to my husband, David, for 32 years. Together, we have two grown sons and a (rainbow) daughter.
Experiencing a pregnancy loss or stillbirth is undeniably one of the most challenging experiences a person can endure. Grief has a way of resurfacing throughout your lifetime. I love to teach others the tools I learned that helped me Navigate my Baby Loss.