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August 1-5, 2024
Hope & Healing for the Brokenhearted!
Feeling hopeless or stuck after the death of a loved one? You may be overwhelmed by grief and barely surviving. You don’t want to stay where you are, but you have no idea what to do.
Dear friend, healing from the devastation of grief and trauma is possible. We have experienced it ourselves and have guided people all over the world on a healing journey through our life-changing grief counseling, retreats, and grief healing programs. You don’t have to go through this alone!
During your complimentary call, you’ll speak with Anne-Marie, an experienced grief and trauma counselor, who will help determine if this is the right program for you at the right time.
Free Grief E-Book
- 5 things every griever needs to know
- 6 ways to help a grieving friend
- The orderly stages of grief myth
- 37 ways to remember a loved one
- How to find the right grief support
- A permission list for grievers
Our Core Beliefs
- Every person's grief journey is unique, distinctive and personal.
- People experiencing deep loss need permission & space to grieve well.
- The grieving process is messy and has no timelines or orderly stages.
- Every griever needs a support system so they don't travel this journey alone.
- Deep grief is unlike anything else you can imagine until you have experienced it.
- Grief remains inside you until you actively express it.
- Deep grief will not heal itself - it requires active work.
- Healing from loss includes remembering your lost loved one - not forgetting them.
- Healing from loss will test everything you have within you and more.
- The intense pain of grief can give birth to growth, beauty and wisdom.
Our Care Team
“A painful loss I thought I had done my best to “get over” was still debilitating but now resolved. I can honestly say I am healed from it. I cannot thank you enough.”
“Thank you Ron and Anne-Marie. I trust you completely and thank you for helping me feel more sane and grounded. I hear your words in my head and I hang onto them.”
“Anne-Marie and Ron, your program changed my life forever. I will never forget what you have taught me and will use these skills often.”
“I cannot thank you enough for what you have done for me. You both changed my life and gave me hope again. I am so grateful.”
“Thank you for everything, Anne-Marie and Ron. Wanda and I talked on the way to the airport about what a different place we feel we are in compared to 4 days ago.”
“I hope you understand the profound difference you have made in my life. “
“Anne-Marie and Ron, I want to thank you both again for your amazing work. It has impacted my journey so deeply and positively!”
“Anne Marie, I know that you and Ron put your heart and soul into this work. I thank God I found you.”
“I am so grateful to you and Ron. You two are amazing!!”
“ I feel so lucky to have found you and decided to take this journey with you and Ron.You two are such special people. I am sitting here and feeling so much gratitude to you both. Thank you.”
“ Just reflecting on how amazing the retreat was on so many levels. You both are such beautiful souls. It was so healing to be cared for and loved by you and Ron. Our new sister group checks in everyday. What a great support system you gave us! Thank you so much.”
“I know I constantly tell you how grateful I am to you and Ron and how much I love you both but I can’t say it enough. You have given me strength, courage, love and support to go on with my life and are still giving all of us so much. You are both incredibly loving human beings. I am forever grateful to you.”
“You helped me in so many ways. I know this is the beginning of a whole new chapter in my life. I look forward to my new journey that you both helped me begin. Thank you for creating a safe space for me to heal.”
“You two work in such a healing, sensitive and tender way. There are just no words to truly tell you how wonderful this has been. I am ready and excited to tackle my next chapter. Thank you for this most precious gift!”
“Absolutely life-changing experience. I can breathe again. I feel so much lighter. You opened my heart. Thank you Ron and Anne-Marie. You never gave up on me, even when I gave up on myself. I couldn’t imagine how I could go on. I know I was a tough one.”
“I can’t thank you enough for being there for me during such a tough time in my life. You always listen and understand. You gave me the tools to get rid of the pain in a healthy way instead of the destructive things I was doing to cope.I didn’t even realize I was doing them.”
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The picture above is how I spent early Thanksgiving morning for three years after Mark died. I knew it was going to be a tough day. I wanted to plan for it and honor my pain and him in some way. At 6:30 am, I grabbed the chest with his ashes and put it on my car...
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8-Time Award-Winning Book
– Mindy Daffron
Crisis Team Manager,
Trauma Intervention Program