Michele Benyo- She Helps Children Grown From Their Grief

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As the parent of a child who survived the passing of her sister, I know one of the biggest concerns, when a child dies early, is, “How do I help my other child?”

Michele Benyo is a mom of two, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, an early childhood parent coach, and the founder of Good Grief Parenting. After her 6-year-old son died of cancer, her 3-year-old daughter said, “Mommy, half of me is gone.”

This heartbreaking statement defined Michele’s life purpose. Her mission is twofold: to help parents through the unimaginable challenges of parenting while grieving the death of a child, and to help parents meet the unique needs of a child who has lost a sibling in the early childhood years.

The desire of Michele’s heart is to see families live forward after loss toward a future bright with possibilities and even joy.

As the parent of a child who survived the passing of her sister, I know one of the biggest concerns, when a child dies early, is, “How do I help my other child?”

Michele Benyo is a mom of two, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, an early childhood parent coach, and the founder of Good Grief Parenting. After her 6-year-old son died of cancer, her 3-year-old daughter said, “Mommy, half of me is gone.”

This heartbreaking statement defined Michele’s life purpose. Her mission is twofold: to help parents through the unimaginable challenges of parenting while grieving the death of a child, and to help parents meet the unique needs of a child who has lost a sibling in the early childhood years.

The desire of Michele’s heart is to see families live forward after loss toward a future bright with possibilities and even joy.

ℹ️ https://www.goodgriefparenting.com

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