Mothers, Daughters, Aging and Loss

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Mothers, Daughters, Aging and Loss

The natural transitions of our lives 

This memoir evokes deep resonance with anyone who has begun to experience the aging of their parents. As my mother began to decline in her older age, my journal became my healing tool that helped me to explore my deepest feelings. I have brought some of those pages into Sally: A Memoir, along with the path she journeyed until her hospice death. As an RN and Reiki Master, I was blessed to guide her through this process, providing moments that even these words only begin to capture.

My work now focuses on these topics, as I devote myself to opening conversations about these life transitions and work with those dealing with caregiving, facing terminal illness, and grief. I am blessed to surround myself with these individuals while I share my own experience to assist their walk through these times.

I hope that you will touch on your own loving memories and reach out to embrace those that still remain in your life as you walk with my mother and my family through these words.

2 thoughts on “Mothers, Daughters, Aging and Loss

  1. Robin Reid

    Can’t wait to read your book. I was fortunate to be at her side during the last few days of my mother’s life. Now, my father is preparing to leave, and it is a much different process.

    Thank you for your awareness and work!

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