Grief in the
Workplace

Living with Loss,
One Day At a Time

Finding Peace,

One Piece at a Time

 
Finding Peace,
One Piece At A Time

Personal possessions tell a beautiful story of a person’s life regardless of age.  But when we find that we have accumulated too much or a loved one passes, it can be overwhelming to figure out what to do with all of these belongings. Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time provides tools for how to thin, repurpose, and redistribute these possessions in a way that can capture and cherish our memories and those of our loved ones so they continue to be with us today and for future generations.

In Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time, Rachel brings her compassionate, experienced and honest insight to the difficult problem of what to do with the possessions of a loved one who has passed on Finding Peace provides badly needed help for those left with an often-daunting task of sorting through possessions and the resulting sometimes difficult emotions.  With a step-by-step process that acknowledges the complexities of grief, possessions, memories and history, Rachel guides those who need to sort, store and dispose of possessions in a practical, compassionate and frank manner.  

           Sara Wilson, Executive Director, Feminine Power MBA, PCC

“But experience is less likely to teach us how to bid our dearest possessions adieu. And if it were to? We wouldn’t welcome the education. For eventually, we come to hold our dearest possessions more closely than we hold our friends. We carry them from place to place, often at considerable expense and inconvenience; we dust and polish their surfaces and reprimand children for playing too roughly in their vicinity—all the while, allowing memories to invest them with greater and greater importance.”  

                     A Gentleman in Moscow

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Living with Loss,
One  Day at a Time

Living with Loss, One Day at a Time offers daily encouragement to individuals and families who have lost a loved one or are suffering from any form of loss. The 365 daily lessons and thought-provoking ideas provide hope, optimism, introspection, and self-discovery.
 

There is no beginning or end to the book – the reader can skip around or dive in sequentially. The book is a great tool to spark daily communication with your family as each day provides a discussion item for all ages creating a meaningful dinnertime conversation. Living with Loss, One Day at a Time has been described as a practical guide to make it through each day after a loss.

“Written by a grief expert with a lot of talent.  Rachel knows what she is talking about.  This book can be opened to any page and compassionate comfort will be found”.  

                Andrea Gambill, Editor-in-Chief, Grief Digest Magazine

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Grief in the Workplace

Grief in the Workplace:  A comprehensive guide for being prepared offers a wealth of knowledge and experience in support of a workgroup who has experienced a colleague’s death or to assist a co-worker returning to work after a significant loss. The comforting guide provides practical advice and reliable tools to set and manage expectations, allowing employers, Human Resources, and Employee Assistance Programs to embrace and address the loss effectively and compassionately with the goal of achieving “business as usual”.

“The true answer to helping and employee through grief is empowering everyone in the company to think out of the box, and this guide is that answer”.  

                          Arlene, EAPA International conference attendee

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