Change Is Difficult, But Offers Opportunity
Aimee and I recently relocated from Salt Lake City, UT to Scottsbluff, NE. We've been gifted a year of rent-free living to dig deep and create a steady foundation for The Good Grief Network. Our first goal is to refine and release our 10 Step Manual (in the form of a book). Then, anyone interested can start a group anywhere and be part of our network to build community and work towards creating individual resilience. It's a step program similar to the style of AA or Al-Anon, but focuses on the existential grief we're facing as a culture. We feel it as individuals, but don't have many tools to help digest the grief. Our program aims to use this existential despair as fuel for change-making.

We're grateful for this opportunity, and it also requires that we eat and pay bills. Having recently quit our jobs, this territory is a bit scary. If you believe in our work and want to help us continue it, please consider a monthly donation to this cause. We will keep you updated on our journey - through emails, blog posts, videos, and webinars. The first 10 contributors will get personal mentions in our book to show our gratitude. We cannot do this alone. We need the support of our community.

Are you willing to support us with a monthly contribution?

(Aimee holding our chihuahua, Romeo, in front of Scottsbluff National Monument and the Northern Platte River)