Death is universal,grief is personal.

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That discomfort you're feeling?It's grief, my friend.

“Maybe you should talk to somebody, honey.”

“You haven’t been yourself since…”

“I’m worried about you.”

~Everyone(including yourself)

Tammy FauldsGrief Coach

ICF Certified Life Coach
Advanced Grief Recovery® Specialist
The Daring Way™ Facilitator
500hr RYT

Guiding you through loss, to life.

Grief is individual& DEEPLY PERSONAL

No one has ever experienced what you’re going through, but your tear-soaked pillows know the truth.

My kids have never seen me like this. I can’t sleep, I can’t eat. All I can do is cry. I find myself staring at the empty crib, I just…I never imagined NOT bringing our newborn home from the hospital. Will life ever be okay again?

It can, and it will with guided action and expert support. 

It’s been over three years since my mom died, why can’t I get it together?! I should be over it by now, but it feels like it’s just getting harder every single day. 

Grief doesn’t have a timeline, but it’s never too late to heal your heart.

I can’t say anything to my best friend about getting fired when she just got diagnosed with cancer! She is going through so much, it feels stupid to complain about my job.

The worst loss is always your own, comparing losses doesn’t help anyone.

I’ve tried EVERYTHING and NOTHING works. It’s hopeless. 

It’s not hopeless, you simply weren’t taught the right tools to deal with loss, let me show you a better way.

Guiding youthrough loss to life

Loss is a part of life, that means we’re equipped to handle it. Get back on your feet with a proven plan.

When there’s a level of hurt existing within that has you worried for yourself (and your loved ones) and you utter to me, “You’ve probably never heard this before, but … ’ or ‘I’ve never said this out loud to anyone…”

I've got you.

My son died in the basement of our home from an overdose. We couldn’t save him, and I’m not sure I’ll ever forgive myself. My husband says I need to talk to someone.

Coronavirus took my mother … it broke my heart that she died alone. I couldn’t hold her hand, I didn’t get to say goodbye.

My best friend is gone, and I swear I died with her.

When it feels unspeakable, isolating, overwhelming, complicated, and like everything in life is oh so dark and scary ... I’m here, holding the light and your hand. Guiding you through loss, to life.

Turns out the best teacher in my life, isdeath.

Our scars are similar. I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.

Do clients work with me because I personally understand grief? Because I’m a cancer survivor who dances happily and exhales audibly each time my scans come back clean — because I recognize death as a powerful force in how I live my life and help others live theirs?

Damn straight, yes, and that's only the beginning.

Some begin because they know just what’s hurting and why, others feel an overall melancholy and want to dive deeper to discover why and how to feel better. For me, it started with cancer knocking at my door, showing me the fragility of life. Then I realized that my ‘dream job’ wasn’t so dreamy and I needed to follow my instincts 16,000 kms in the other direction and I’ve never looked back since.

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