Parker’s ideas challenged me to think about how I plan times with my friends as well as re-energize how I facilitate groups.
It’s such an accessible, compassionate book inclusive of all kinds of loss offering gentle yet honestly firm concrete tools for the early days of navigating loss. She covers both the inner journey and navigating the outside world with grief by your side. Moffa normalizes a range of experiences and feelings through vulnerably sharing her own grief and that of some of her clients fielding various kinds of loss.
You’ll hear more about Dr. Schwartz’s background and how he developed Internal Family Systems (IFS). The bottom line is, when people feel safe and relaxed they can step into the more embodied, centered, and compassionate part of themselves,
Being overly prepared can be shiny and admired or you can simply show up wholeheartedly which, can mean being real and loved.I also learned a new word…mid
Love, love, LOVE this book – more than the book, it’s the premise behind it. It weaves itself into both my daily life and the activities and tools I offer.