FREE Online Summit: Healing After Suicide Loss: How To Let Go Of Your Guilt,Find Peace And Move Forward One Day At A Time: May 2 - 6, 2022Read Now
FREE Online Summit: Healing After Suicide Loss: How To Let Go Of Your Guilt,
Find Peace And Move Forward One Day At A Time: May 2 - 6, 2022
Join host, and suicide bereavement coach, Caro Brookings, and these featured speakers:
Carey Conley & Laurel Wilson - Authors and Vision Experts
Jill Cowan - Co-Founder of Healing To The Max
Kelli Nielsen - Founder of The Grief Guru
Lisa K Boehm - Author
Marianne Gouveia - Founder of EricsHouse
Melissa Bottorff-Arey - Podcast Host and Author
Rita Schulte - Licensed Professional Board Certified Counselor
Sara J. Cobb - Founder of My Grief Connection
Tracy Oeser - Founder of Journey Thru Grief
Do you feel overwhelming guilt about the suicide of your loved one because you should have
done “this” and you could have done “that”? Do you keep thinking about why your loved one took
their life? Or maybe you knew your loved one was struggling and you were still unable to save them?
You are not alone, and you do not have to suffer in silence. If you have been longing to let go of
your guilt after losing your loved one to suicide…then you should sign up for the Healing After
Suicide Loss interview series. My friend Caro Brookings has brought together 20+ top experts, authors and support providers from the suicide grief and loss space for this free interview series on how to
let go of your guilt, find peace and move forward one day at a time. When your loved one has died
by suicide, you don’t have the time or the energy to scour the internet and find some of the
fantastic resources that are out there available to you.
Maybe you have tried some advice that you’ve heard somewhere and you felt a little better for
a while, only to be back at square one the next day. So you sit there alone, feeling sad and anxious,
and you wonder if you will ever feel happy again. Here’s what I believe: We don’t move on after
suicide loss, but you can move forward if you work through your grief. Because time alone doesn’t
heal all wounds - it’s important what you do with your time. You should know it is possible for you
too to let go of your guilt and find peace. You just need to know the right steps to take. That’s why
I am so grateful for the Healing After Suicide Loss interview series. It’s 5 days of tried and tested advice and encouragement from top experts from around the world to help YOU move forward with your life.
It’s free, but you have to save your seat to get access. Be sure to catch my session on May 2nd!
Claim your ticket to the online event at: https://interviews.healingaftersuicideloss.org/sara
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Founder, My Grief Connection
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Updated 26 May 2023
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