Grief With Grace

17. Art, Creativity & Choices In Grief With Karen Castilon

September 22, 2020 Lori Latimer Episode 17
Grief With Grace
17. Art, Creativity & Choices In Grief With Karen Castilon
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Grief With Grace
17. Art, Creativity & Choices In Grief With Karen Castilon
Sep 22, 2020 Episode 17
Lori Latimer

From corporate career to Happiness Coach to Compassionate Bereavement Care provider, Karen Castilon has been through many transitions in her life.

Karen’s oldest son, Josh, left this life in 2014. She talks about the guilt her family experienced after Josh’s transition and the words she heard the night he transitioned.

Talking with Karen was like having a conversation with myself. We share many of the same beliefs about life, death and grief.

In this episode we talked about:

  • Her inspiration for becoming a Happiness coach
  • Finding new tools to rely on after her son’s transition
  • Her advice to Moms who feel their life is over with
  • Allowing grief and joy to coexist in your life
  • The importance of choice in our lives
  • The importance of feeling it all
  • The first thing a Mom can do to process her emotions
  • The danger of spiritual bypassing
  • Using creativity in your healing
  • The energetics and creativity of words
  • Riding and processing the waves of grief that come up
  • The biggest lesson she’s learned since her son left this life


To receive Karen’s journaling prompts, click here


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Show Notes

From corporate career to Happiness Coach to Compassionate Bereavement Care provider, Karen Castilon has been through many transitions in her life.

Karen’s oldest son, Josh, left this life in 2014. She talks about the guilt her family experienced after Josh’s transition and the words she heard the night he transitioned.

Talking with Karen was like having a conversation with myself. We share many of the same beliefs about life, death and grief.

In this episode we talked about:

  • Her inspiration for becoming a Happiness coach
  • Finding new tools to rely on after her son’s transition
  • Her advice to Moms who feel their life is over with
  • Allowing grief and joy to coexist in your life
  • The importance of choice in our lives
  • The importance of feeling it all
  • The first thing a Mom can do to process her emotions
  • The danger of spiritual bypassing
  • Using creativity in your healing
  • The energetics and creativity of words
  • Riding and processing the waves of grief that come up
  • The biggest lesson she’s learned since her son left this life


To receive Karen’s journaling prompts, click here


Sign up
here for my upcoming free Masterclass