The GPSNetwork is about supporting and uplifting bereaved parents. In this light, we are excited to have 2 regular contributors who continuously share their story, their thoughts and feelings about the life they live after their loss.
These two beautiful souls and loss moms have impressed me with their words. Whenever I read their sharings, either on their Facebook page or on their Instagram, I felt invited to think further, feel deeper and reevaluate my status quo in grieving and healing.
May their words invite you deeper and further.
Rachel is a proud mom, entrepreneur, writer/speaker, and newly divorced 38-year-old Southern California gal now living near Washington DC. She has a heart full of compassion for others who experience loss as losing her twin daughters in 2008 was the most painful event of her life, her divorce being the second most painful.
After ten years she’s had many triumphs and setback in her healing journey. She loves to share her personal experience in a way not usually seen in the grief community – with transparency. She’s obsessed with telling the truth and refuses to abandon hope.
Every day she is healing. She is raising two amazing boys, building a meaningful company (learn more about Teamotions here), and doing all of it even though she only had 7 and 13 days with two little girls that meant the world to her. She believes that if she can do it, you can do it too.
A wife and a mother raising two children – a boy of 9 and a girl of 6 years old, writing about a boy who never got to come home.
When Tapio died during Tina’s third pregnancy her world turned upside down. Two years later, she is still trying to find her footing while living the life she would be living with him here. Some days she succeeds and the other she gets by with hopes of succeeding again.
Tina is Slovenian living in Finland, using English as her grief language.