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After the death of a loved one, have you felt as if you were living at the mercy of your grieving process? Have you felt you were grieving “wrong”? Do you believe it is time to look at grief from a different perspective in order to no longer feel defenseless against it and experience acceptance once and for all?
From Grief to Acceptance is a refreshing perspective on grief, offering the reader an exploration of the one question that was revealed to the author to support her own grieving process after losing her only sister more than twenty years ago: What if by playing an active role in our grieving journey we can empower ourselves to heal while honoring our loved one?
This question, along with a new perspective on death and grief, will encourage you to: 1. Look at death of your loved one in a new way. 2. Appreciate your own unique approach to grief. 3. Honor your loved one while moving toward greater acceptance.
After reading From Grief to Acceptance, you will understand there is no “one way” to grieve. Instead, we each get to chose how to honor our loved ones and heal ourselves in the way that feels best to us while feeling empowered to face each day with greater love, vulnerability, compassion, forgiveness, and gratitude.
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Misty Thompson is a Spiritual Life Coach, Mind, Body, and Spirit Practitioner, an author, teacher, speaker, magazine contributor, and has been featured on several radio shows that include Hay House Radio, OM Radio, and NPR.
In Misty’s first book, “By Your Side: A Journey of Two Sisters through Love and Sacrifice,” she discusses the tragic circumstances surrounding her sister’s death. This book also talks about their spiritual journey and how they helped each other. The second book is one that started to form while writing her first book. This book is entitled, “Grief to Acceptance: An Active Process for Healing While Honoring our Loved Ones” and helped Misty see the death of her sister from another perspective, one of love, vulnerability, compassion, forgiveness, and gratitude.
Misty loves connecting with her clients and members of her groups. Her passion and life path are to help those who are feeling lost, who are needing to find their purpose, and obtain the clarity in their life to live with illumination, joy, and fulfillment.
Misty lives in Thatcher, Arizona, has four children and four grandchildren.