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Real Support For Real Grief



Hey. I’m Molly. I’m a mother, a writer, and a teacher of how to carry pain. I studied Christianity in college and was in ministry for nearly a decade before my daughter was diagnosed with cancer. To be honest, I learned more about God on the Pediatric Oncology floor than I ever did in a church. And I learned more about life from my daughter than anyone else. I believe this life is sacred and holy. And I also believe it’s cruel and unforgiving. I believe it’s all those things, all at the same time.

I spent nine years fighting for my daughter – so she could live with abundance. But I spent the final year helping her to let go – so she could die with grace. Izzy spent a great deal of time in physical pain. The disease in her bones often made it difficult for her to walk or stand at all. Izzy learned to accept that pain would always be a part of her reality. And yet, joy was always a part of her reality too. She taught me how to carry pain and now, I honor her legacy by teaching you.

 Once we learn to carry pain, it loses its power. I know this because I’ve experienced it. I know this because Izzy experienced it too. There is some pain in this life that will never go away, nor should it. And that is not a life sentence. It’s an invitation. Palliative Care is an entire field dedicated to – not treating the condition – but managing the symptoms. They added so much quality to Izzy’s life. I guess I feel called to do the same. I provide Palliative Care for the soul.

I am so sorry for the pain you’re in. I can’t make it go away, but I can help you learn how to carry it. xo  


There is some pain in this life that will never go away, nor should it. Once we learn to carry that pain, it loses its power over us. I know this because I've experienced this. I can help you experience this too. 

Please note: Coaching is not a substitute for professional mental health care and is not intended to diagnose or treat any mental health conditions. No results are guaranteed, and any actions you take and any resulting consequences are solely your responsibility.

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