Representing families of all backgrounds, I’ll See You in Your Dreams Tonight shows children that they can still have adventures, both magical and mundane, with loved ones who have passed on—whether meeting amazing creatures in wild and far off places or simply sharing secrets together and telling each other stories.
With beautiful illustrations and a touching message, I’ll See You in Your Dreams Tonight offers families a space to discuss death and grief in a loving and compassionate way—and supports children through big emotions by showing them that remembrance and storytelling can keep their relationships with lost loved ones alive.
I’ll See You in Your Dreams Tonight is a must-read for all family members who have experienced loss and are looking for a way to heal.
"This gentle, affirming book provides kids with the comfort of knowing that connections don't disappear with death. It prompts them to talk about their feelings and experiences—a key part in healing."
—Ashera DeRosa, LMFT, Founder of Whole Stories Therapy
It's hard to believe, I know. Grief is good because it shows us how much we LOVE that person. Notice the present tense: love. Not loved. Because that love doesn't leave us. They don't leave us. Ever. That's why GRIEF IS GOOD.
Too often we're given advice on how we can "get over" something and "just move on." I'm not going to preach nor give advice on how to get over your grief. I will talk about how to LIVE a good life with grief and embrace it.
We've all heard the saying. But it's just simply not true. Your wound will never be "healed" and it shouldn't be! Your grief can be a beautiful thing if you know how to let it be.
Little tidbits on meditation, dealing with grief, caring for the dying and being okay with your own death.
Stories, realizations and reflections to help you navigate all of the feels.
Links to books, practices and other practitioners that can help you on your journey.
You'll always have the ability to reply to me! I'd love to hear from my people and see how you're doing.