EVERYTHING WILL BE OK

By Kathryn Green
Categories: Empowerment, Feelings, Life Coaching, Suicide Loss, Suicide Prevention, Thoughts, Widow


In the last post, I talked about opening myself up to feeling the emotions I’ve been trying to “fix”. I decided to create a space to allow access to the emotions without blocking or protecting myself from them. This has allowed me to be present to the feelings and truly accept what is, with objectivity […]

ARE YOU BUYING INTO THE STIGMA?

By Kathryn Green
Categories: Empowerment, Feelings, Life Coaching, Stigma, Suicide Loss, Suicide Prevention, Widow


Hello my friend, I’ve been thinking a lot about stigma lately in relation to the work I do coaching women who’ve lost their spouses to suicide. My thoughts are specifically about the stigma toward those who attempt suicide, who die by suicide, and who’ve lost a loved one to suicide. There seems to be a […]

WHICH PATH ARE YOU ON?

By Kathryn Green
Categories: Empowerment, Feelings, Guilt, Life Coaching, Suicide Loss, Thoughts, Widow


Hello Beauty, Did you know that the path of guilt and self-doubt is completely optional? It’s true. I promise. You don’t have to go there. You don’t have to believe your own random thoughts. You don’t have to believe what other people say. You don’t have to continue to feel those emotions. You can choose […]

GRIEF IS ESSENTIAL

By Kathryn Green
Categories: Feelings, Life Coaching, Suicide Loss, Thoughts, Widow


Hello Lovely, You’re on my mind and I wanted to share what I’ve learned about grief and suffering. These emotions come in many forms and impact us deeply when we lose a loved one. When the loss comes through suicide, it is compounded by a myriad of thoughts and feelings based on how we personally feel about […]

WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER

By Kathryn Green
Categories: Empowerment, Feelings, Life Coaching, Suicide Loss, Thoughts, Widow


Hello Beautiful, I’m writing this today with all of you strong women in mind who are widows after the loss of their husbands to suicide. It is an experience that is difficult for many people to understand and sometimes that leaves us feeling lost, alone, and misunderstood. Our people try and thank goodness for those […]