Welcome Back, Parents! Today's special guest is Michele Benyo!
She's with us today to talk about how to help young children with grief, including how young children grieve, the truth about what children need from adults when they're grieving, the fact that childhood is the best time to learn about grief, and specific tips for adults to help young children grieve.
Michele is a mom of two, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, an early childhood parent coach, and the founder of Good Grief Parenting. After her 6-year-old son died of cancer, her 3-year-old daughter said, “Mommy, half of me is gone.” This heartbreaking statement defined Michele’s life purpose. Her mission is twofold: to help parents through the unimaginable challenges of parenting while grieving the death of a child, and to help parents meet the unique needs of a child who has lost a sibling in the early childhood years. The desire of Michele’s heart is to see families live forward after loss toward a future bright with possibilities and even joy.
The challenge of parenting while grieving after losing a child can feel impossible. You're heartbroken. Devastated. Lost. Yet your living child, the bereaved sibling still in the early years of childhood, needs you. See Your Way Forward After Child Loss takes you from this place of excruciating pain, hopelessness, doubt, and uncertainty to one of healing, hope, optimism, and confident parenting. The insights, information, and good grief parenting tips and tools in this program equip you to live forward toward a future bright with possibilities and even joy. Early childhood parent coach and certified grief specialist
Michele is taking enrollments now for this 7-week program. Click the link for more information http://www.goodgriefparenting.com/wayforward or schedule a free consultation with Michele using this calendar link: https://calendly.com/ggparenting/wayforward
To learn more about how your family can be supported by Michele, connect with her on her website or your favorite social media app:
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The Good Grief Guide (Freebie) can be found front and center on the website home page
Hugs & High Fives Parents,