As a presenter about end-of-life doula work, I have come to realize that guiding groups through workshops often mirrors direct work in the field. Whether it’s birth or death, people yearn for support and validation from a nonjudgmental listening ear. This goes for leading participants through visualizations and advance care planning, too. When an array… Continue reading Working Through Wishes
Guest Blogger, Skye Forest, on doula dreams
I find my breath Guilty? or Grateful? I check for signs of yours Lucky? or Lingering? I see, in your tired eyes -which I wipe with dampened cloth- Yearning I feel, in your shaking hand -which I hold gently in mine- Restlessness I hear, in your muted sounds -which I strain to… Continue reading A Sit with M.