Surrender to Choppy Seas. Lean-In. Receive. Shift. Anchor Anew.
When the ground shifts under you and the world as you know it comes crashing down around your feet, the wild shifting can feel terrifying, isolating, exhausting, even impossible.
What if you could be nurtured as you shift into a landscape of new normal?
Transition is Non-Linear
The muck is no place to build a home. The onset of disease or illness can bring along with it the uprooting of life as you have known it for years, possibly decades. When you step into this territory of uncertainty the challenge becomes working to navigate toward a sense of new normalcy. For some this process brings up grief, while for others it offers a sense of release. In either case, charting your new path can be challenging at best and terrifying at worst.
When the ground is heavy with uncertainty, seek sources of air that sustain you. Together we can breathe in courage and exhale apprehension as you and your family chart a new place to anchor in and a revived sense of normalcy.
:: IN HOME SUPPORT ::
At the onset of diagnosis, the strain you and your family experience is often devastating, confusing, isolating, and exhausting. A period of adjustment ensues with tremendous sacrifice on part of you as well as your immediate family members and support people. During this time, some of the most nourishing aspects of daily life that help you thrive get thrown out the window. My support brings a vibrant, grounded sense of joy and contribution to your family life as you work to chart a new course out of choppy seas and into a place to anchor in anew. There are many ways my support can unfold. We will explore how my showing up will make the most sense for you and your family--whether that be playing games, cooking, taking walks in nature, or teasing out how the impact of tending and befriending away from a stress responses can facilitate you to gainfully arrive at your next destination more robustly.
:: FACILITATION ::
When big transition is on your door step, you want to receive meaningful support while also being authentically understood. Your support people--spouse, siblings, parents, friends, loved ones, etc.--often lean-in to make meaningful contributions toward your healing. In some ways this offer might feel reassuring, and in other ways overbearing. As humans, we each hold different understandings of what a "meaningful contribution" is. When thoughts, ideas and needs get lost in the mix, your process to new normal can become bogged down with frustration and stagnancy. Facilitation is a powerful tool used to help you and your loved ones land on the same page. Together we will identify your most pressing needs, break them down into actionable goals, and leverage support so that you and your immediate support people can move forward with confidence and grace.
to be so broken // to have // f a l l e n // so deeply // that the only thing // you can do is // r i s e // into a new you // (phoenix)
-Yung Pueblo in Inward