Why the name 'Seeds in Time'?
A dandelion when it has all of its feathery white seeds looks beautiful and really quite serene. Imagine that's your life right now, but then you experience a bereavement and all the dandelion seeds blow away leaving just the stem which now seems really quite dark and unappealing.
Grief feels exactly like that, suddenly your life feels very different, what was 'normal', no longer feels the same. However, what has happened is that the seeds from the dandelion have blown into the future. In time they will grow again and they will once again look beautiful.
Life will be different though, it will never be the same, but in time and with support, it is possible to feel that sense of hope again and to feel as if the future is less overwhelming.
Like the dandelion, life after grief can be meaningful, happy and beautiful.
I have always felt empowered to ensure that Jay's legacy was kept alive, albeit in his memory.
You can read my story on the Grappling for Grief site or via my Seeds in Time Facebook page where I talk about finding a way to live alongside grief and finding a meaningful and happy future.
My story was featured in the national magazine 'Woman'.
The article talks about how it is possible to find meaning, love and life after a bereavement
I feel very privileged to be able to share my experience and to share both my personal and professional advice about grief and bereavement
For further information please contact me to discuss your bespoke requirements.
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