- Take the life scars I have experienced and turn them into stars so they can shine their light for others who must travel the same path
Jeanne M. Harper, MPS, LBSW, FT, BCETS, DAPA, My life has led me through many big “T’s” and little “t’s”- traumas. I have “persevered with an indomitable spirit”.
“Take the life scars I have experienced and turn them into stars so they can shine their light for others who must travel the same path.” This is what I have used as a mission for my life. I am privileged to journey with others to become ‘creators of circumstances’ as they turn their ‘problems’ into ‘creative opportunities for growth’.
My goal is to “journey with you and help you find the inspiration
within yourself to move forward.”
Grief is the total social, physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and financial adjustment brought about by the loss, or anticipated loss, of a significant person or object. The intensity or difficulty of that adjustment, which is sometimes referred to as “grief work” or “mourning,” will depend upon the nature or depth of the lost relationship.
Grief can seem overwhelming and frightening. The intensity of feelings and some physical, emotional or behavioral symptoms may frequently occur, causing people to wonder if their way of experiencing grief is normal.