As I Live and Grieve

Empowered Through Grief, with Marie Goudreau

April 06, 2021 Kathy Gleason, Stephanie Kendrick - CoHosts
As I Live and Grieve
Empowered Through Grief, with Marie Goudreau
Show Notes

Summary:
When you lose your life partner to death, the devastation seems endless. If they were ill for a period of time, you may have been their caregiver, their advocate, their entire world - sacrificing yourself bit by bit without realizing it. Such was Marie's experience, which became her reason to become a Grief Coach. Listen to her story and how she helps others whose lives run parallel to her own.

Episode Notes:
As you start to heal, reality strikes a blow and you may not even know who you are anymore. Your life as previously known is no longer there. Your calendar is empty, as is your address book. You must redefine yourself. If you feel you need help or support, it might be that the best person to help is another who has walked that same journey. Marie is a Grief Coach and End-of-Life Specialist who walks the path of healing with women who have suffered a profound loss. She specializes in creating brave spaces for women to be seen, heard and witnessed in the fullness of their experience of loss. Her approach is based on the assumption that you are the expert of your own grief and my work focuses on guiding you back home to yourself so that you can find meaning in your life in the “after”. Having lost her partner to cancer, her guidance and coaching comes from both education and personal experience which allows her to deeply relate to her client’s experience of grief and loss. She is the founder of Empowered Through Grief, a coaching practice and community that provides a safe space for healing and post-traumatic growth for women grieving all types of loss.

Contact:
Website:  https://asiliveandgrieve.com
Email:  [email protected]
Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve
Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve

To Contact Marie:
Websitewww.empoweredthroughgrief.com
Email:  [email protected]
Instagram: /empoweredthroughgrief

Credits: 
Music by Kevin MacLeod