How Can I Help? Sherrie Dunlevy Talks about Grief
When Sherrie Dunlevy experienced the death of her son, she and her family were hit hard by the lessons that grief teaches. Often feeling abandoned by friends and hurt even more by awkward attempts to console her, Sherrie realized that someone needed to write a book to guide us in what to say to someone who’s grieving.
The book about grief we all need
Sherrie Dunlevy of Graduating Grief (sherriedunlevy.com)
So she wrote it herself. How Can I Help – Your Go-to Guide for Helping Loved Ones through Life’s Difficulties is just the guidebook we’ve been needing. Being able to communicate in a meaningful way is a gift to someone who’s hurting. And it’s not just about grief related to death. It’s about the loss we feel from so many of life’s tough events.
According to her website, Sherrie is “dedicated to shining a light on hope, healing, love and JOY after loss. ‘I help grieving women step back into living after loss,’ says Sherrie, ‘whether it is due to death, divorce, illness or their nest is now empty.’ Many women long to get back to living but might feel they lost their way, feeling stuck or maybe even guilty.”
The Graduating Grief podcast
On the Graduating Grief podcast, Sherrie and her guests talk about everything from grief in the workplace and thriving as a griever, to stopping negative thought patterns, tackling the hard stuff with honesty and humor. You can find the podcast on her website sherriedunlevy.com as well as on her YouTube channel. Connect with Sherrie at sherriedunlevy.com and find out how to feature her to inspire your next conference or event.
We’ve all said those well-meant, awkward phrases that are overused and lack depth. We are those friends to fall away because we just don’t know what to say. We want to do better. We need to do better. Buy How Can I Help to get just the help you need.
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