Oct 17, 2018
Death is not optional. It is a right of passage, like puberty and midlife. But unlike puberty and midlife, death is guaranteed. Each of us is destined to shed the shroud of this human body and transition into otherness. And until that time arrives, we will say goodbye over and over again.
We will bury parents, friends, lovers, and children. We'll mourn celebrities and strangers. And weep and wail for the loss of life, love, and sameness. Shedding tears for what once was and what will never be. The longer we live the more familiar with sorrow we get until we become the mourned.
Caitlin Grace has returned to chat with me about death and the process of dying. And only she and I could turn an ominous topic into a love-fest complete with side-splitting laughter!
⇒ Death + Divorcing your birth family
⇒ Adulting the fuck out of life
⇒ Choosing your name + feeling authentic
⇒ Finding a new mom + cleaning the bloody filters
Caitlin Grace is the author of “The Goddess Guide to Sex, Love, and Life” and is yoni egg coach and a self-love coach. She has been married, divorced and is now married to the love of her life for the past 25 years.
Caitlin’s mission is to help women better understand the importance of their pelvic floor and why it matters. Her own mother suffered a pelvic floor prolapse when Caitlin was a teenager so she learned the importance of Kegel’s early but nothing compares to yoni eggs for toning your pelvic floor
As a yoni egg coach Caitlin helps women understand there is more to the yoni egg practice than maintaining the pelvic floor. It is also a practice in tuning in, becoming more deeply connected to your body and mindful of the way you interact with yourself.