soul work

Grief Counseling

Today was my last Grief Counseling Session at Gilda's Club of Kansas City . ⁣

My time here in my hometown of Kansas City, has solely been to deal with the loss of my mother and get my mind right to face the rest of my life without her physically here. ⁣

I’ve learned so much about myself throughout this time of soul searching and seeking. Everything that I’ve ever believed has been tested and I’ve dug deep to grow. ⁣

That’s the beautiful thing about this life, about nature about the way things work… you have to dig deep to plant a seed, you have to plant it somewhere where it can grow and live purposeful and you have to have patience to allow it to naturally take it’s time to grow into it’s full potential. ⁣

I’m thankful for the strength and courage to dig deep and be patient with myself. There’s a lot of growing pains, but I’m just taking things day by day, slowly but surely blooming into the woman I was born to be. ⁣

I am so happy I decided to get out of my comfort zone and seek professional help. ⁣

My counselor was a God-Send over these past couple of months and really helped me navigate through more than I was expecting. ⁣

I am truly thankful for the legacy that Gilda Radner & Gene Wilder (who passed away the same exact day as my mother) have left behind to help people who have been effected by cancer in various ways. ⁣

Their grief counseling program was exactly what I needed to transition into a new chapter in my life. ⁣

This is not a sponsored post nor an ad, but I want to share that there are Gilda’s Clubs all over the country and if you are a caretaker, a cancer survivor, fighting cancer or have lost a loved one to cancer, I’d like to encourage you to see if there’s one in your area. They have so many amazing programs, community activities and support groups. And if you’re looking for an organization to donate to, they are the real deal! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣