Pamela Prime

Pamela Prime is a mother and a grandmother and lives in Twain Harte and San Francisco. She and her husband have a small retreat with three guest houses in Twain Harte, called Two Bears Dancing! Pamela is a Spiritual Director, an educator and a writer. She has a master’s degree in Systematic Theology from The Graduate School of Theology in Berkeley. Her first book “When the Moon is Dark We can See the Stars” was published in 2008. It is the story of how faith can hold us in our suffering, awaken us, and bring us into deeper awarenesses of God’s love and guidance. Pamela has a 4-month-old daughter who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. She also has a son who at the age of 16, committed suicide. To reach Pamela or learn more about her book, visit Pamela was a guest on the radio show Healing the Grieving Heart and discussed Finding Peace and Light After Loss with hosts, Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley. To listen to this show, click on the following link:


Holiday Grief as a Gift, 23 Dec 2009

Years After Son’s Suicide, Mother Lives in Peace and Joy, 06 Oct 2009

Does Grief End? Being Available for ‘Turning Points’, 21 Aug 2009

Memorial Day Reminds Us to Work for Peace, 22 May 2009

Celebrating Mother Earth and Mother Mary on Mother’s Day, 05 May 2009

Easter Reminds Us That We Can Rise From Our Grief, 11 Apr 2009

Learning to Cope with Unmet Longings, 16 Feb 2009