Daisy Massey

Daisy Massey

Daisy Kate Massey is a passionate advocate of sibling grief. Having lost her brother in 2006, she uses her experience to open the conversation and shed light on this subject. Through her grief she found Comfort Zone Camp, a camp for bereaving children, and currently serves on their Volunteer Council. Daisy holds a B.S. in Economics from Virginia Commonwealth University, works full time for EarthCraft Virginia (a residential green-building certification program), and is a fitness instructor. Daisy lives and works in Richmond, Virginia with her Labrador, Pearl.

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Open to  hope

When the Mirror Breaks

“Siblings are the only relatives, and perhaps the only people you’ll ever know, who are with you through the entire arc of your life…Your parents leave you too soon and […]

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Open to  hope

When the Mirror Breaks: Loss of a Close Sibling

“Siblings are the only relatives, and perhaps the only people you’ll ever know, who are with you through the entire arc of your life…Your parents leave you too soon and […]

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