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Mandy Capehart

Tested Advice from a Grief Coach

Rewriting the script about loss and healing takes intention and practice

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I am insanely interested in all of the things!

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It’s an honor that you would make time to read my story.


Advice from a Rebel Leader

Never agree out of guilt again

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Ask a Grief Coach

Answer: Be direct, vulnerable, and honest.

Ask a Grief Coach is an online column to address commonly received questions in private work with my clients. All names are kept anonymous, and the questions are shared with permission. As you read, keep the context of your own story in mind. No answers found here will apply directly to your circumstance because your grief is unique to you. However, the hope is that you will find tools and tips of support, whether you are the griever or the supporter.


3 ways daily gratitude resets my bad attitude

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The Cash Out


Ask a Grief Coach

Answer: Pursue curiosity instead of judgmental observation.

Ask a Grief Coach is an online column to address commonly received questions in private work with my clients. All names are kept anonymous, and the questions are shared with permission. As you read, keep the context of your own story in mind. No answers found here will apply directly to your circumstance because your grief is unique to you. However, the hope is that you will find tools and tips of support, whether you are the griever or the supporter.


TESTED ADVICE FROM A GRIEF COACH

How to embrace discomfort without hating your life or losing your faith.

Photo from the author, cover of Restorative Grief — available now on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.


Ask a Grief Coach

Ask a Grief Coach is an online column to address commonly received questions in private work with my clients. All names are kept anonymous, and the questions are shared with permission. As you read, keep the context of your own story in mind. No answers found here will apply directly to your circumstance because your grief is unique to you. However, the hope is that you will find tools and tips of support, whether you are the griever or the supporter.


Ask a Grief Coach is an online column to address commonly received questions in private work with my clients. All names are kept anonymous, and the questions are shared with permission. As you read, keep the context of your own story in mind. No answers found here will apply directly to your circumstance because your grief is unique to you. However, the hope is that you will find tools and tips of support, whether you are the griever or the supporter.


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Mandy Capehart

Writing about grief, beliefs, & psych/mindfulness. Editor of Ask a Grief Coach. Happily Tweeting & doing other “Very Good Things.” I apologize in advance.

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