Here it comes…and every year, earlier than ever…the dreaded arrival of the holiday television commercials. In my world, retailers hoping to extend the buying season are simply extending the length of time I have to try to ignore the sadness … Continue reading
About Tambre Leighn
Tambre Leighn, MA, Ct.H., C.P.C., ELI-MP, is a certified professional coach (iPEC/ICF), also trained in healing arts modalities including Reiki, massage, reflexology, hypnotherapy & energy work. Tambre is a published author currently writing a memoir about recreating her life after losing her husband to cancer nine years ago. She has been trained in psychotherapy (certificate from TAC in Toronto, Canada) and is currently working as a life transitions and grief recovery coach.
Tambre has developed a model for Grief Recovery that helps clients design a path to address external changes loss initiates as well as internal emotional work that is a part of healing from loss. A key component is helping clients reconnect with a passion for life so they can find meaning and purpose. Through this work she assists clients in designing a future they can be excited about while honoring the past and what has been lost in a healthy way. Reach her at email@example.com.
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It was the last painting. I didn’t see it until it was done. When Gary finally unveiled the long canvas, there were no words. I hoped the tears in my eyes communicated the beauty I saw in the piece. He … Continue reading →
In the early days of painting in the basement of our Vancouver rental, my husband’s canvases were filled with darker colors and hues. The small lower left corner often harbored the hope.This is where you could find the brighter tones, … Continue reading →
There are days and times and moments in between the larger slices of my life I find myself in the missing place. I have made incredible strides recreating myself after the death of my husband Gary. I learned to stand … Continue reading →
When my late husband and I first began dating, he set clear boundaries with regard to his time. Sundays during football season were off limits. He was an avid fan and pretty good at picking the spreads. Saturday mornings were … Continue reading →