My journey through loss and grief was a winding road filled with obstacles. With the loss of my sons, I became susceptible to persistent illness. I was in a constant state of mental and physical exhaustion, making it impossible for me to focus.

Remember, resilience isn’t just a state of mind; it’s also a state of the body. By taking care of our physical health, we equip our body to be resilient. Each struggle taught me a new lesson, each setback, a new perspective. And from these lessons, I found hope, strength, and resilience.

I encourage you all to remember that our journeys are unique. It’s okay to lean on others, and it’s okay to take time to heal. Because out of our deepest pain, we can find our greatest power: resilience.

By finding and developing my resilience, I not only survived, but I found the strength to write the legacies of my two sons, so they will never be forgotten. I made a conscious decision to join a group of likeminded people and help others to find their resilience and new purpose in their life. I thrived.

You are not alone, together, we can build resilience and find our purpose amidst our grief.

With Warm Regards,

Dr. KD Wagner