Support them through this.

Digital courses, personal coaching, and condolences.

Support doesn’t have to be done alone.
As empathizers, very few of us know the right thing to say or do when someone else is grieving. Our intentions are kind, but our approach may be misguided. We might feel the need to fix them or cheer them up. Then out of frustration, we may stop trying or coming around.

Let's witness, acknowledge, and validate their grief. You are not alone in your experience, let's not leave grievers alone in theirs.

How are they to deal with today? A digital course on dealing with grief.

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It can be really hard to know how to help. Sometimes the best way for us to show up for someone is to send support we can’t provide on our own. This course will give the griever context for what they’re going through, insight on what to expect, and guidance to manage grief, daily and over time.

At the end of your course, I hope they’ll be able to

  • Recognize the effects of grief on the body and mind.
  • Understand and make sense of their grief.
  • Be with it, carry it with them and continue to live.

I lost my husband to cancer in 2015. After he died, I felt alone in my grief, and I wasn’t sure how to get through each day in a world without Steve.

I wish that I had a place where I felt seen and understood — a place where my grief was acknowledged and validated. My goal for this course is to provide that place for grievers, to bear witness to each griever’s loss, and be there to support them.

I’m proud of you for showing up as an empathizer. It means a lot, more than you’ll ever know.

— Sending love, Leslie

Purchase this course as a gift for $22
Through this course…I’ve been able to recognize the tells of grief in my body and mind, to kind of take my temperature and recognize where I am emotionally. I found that I’m more forgiving of myself now. And I understand the importance of my daily life even after this massive loss.

— Zachary C.

Digital courses for grief empathizer

Move at your own pace, choose when and where.

It hurts to see someone you love in pain. You want to say the right thing. You want to do the right thing. We want to help you support them.

Developed with you, the empathizer, in mind, these courses contain easy-to-digest video bites. You will learn how to recognize grief and its effects, embrace its discomfort, and sit with it for the good of the griever.

This focuses on the stories and experiences that apply to the grief process. If you don't know what to say or do, these courses are for you.

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Coaching for grief empathizers

They are a different person once the grief begins. No matter how empathetic we are, often, we lack the tools to support the complex emotions of grief. As empathizers, how do we deal with their anger, frustration, irritation, despair, confusion and rage?

As your coach, we give you tools to cope, witness, acknowledge, and validate the grief your loved one has. You will not be alone in this.

  • Meet 1-2 times per week

  • Three months of sessions recommended (but coaching can be extended to as long as needed)

  • Open for those with loved ones new to grief as well as those months or years in

A new normal will begin when you are ready and willing to start.

  • Meet 1-2 times per week

  • Three months of sessions recommended (coaching can be extended as long as needed)

  • Open for those new to grief as well as those months or years in  

A heart is not perfect but its sentiments are heartfelt.

What’s found in Heartfelt Sympathy?


  • Ways to help Notepad
  • In loving memory Book
  • In mourning Badge
  • I am present with grief Candle
  • Facial tissues


  • Grief Journal & Pen
  • Comfort Blanket
  • Keep going Temporary Tattoo
  • Anxiety Relief Essential Oils