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Committed to Your Journey of Healing in the Midst of Grief and Loss

From Grief to Life Coaching is a compassionate and supportive service that provides sessions that are personalized to meet your unique needs, as well as extend beyond individuals to include (but not limited to): couples, families who may be dealing with grief, and groups for those who prefer a community-based method. We believe grief is a unique and individual process which should be respected and honored as one continues their journey towards healing.

Meet Ahira

The Grief Mending Coach/Speaker

As a certified grief coach, my approach - rooted in empathy, mindfulness, and self-compassion - is dedicated to helping you address the ‘blind spots in our emotional education.’  I am committed to providing a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space for you; To express your thoughts, emotions, and guide you towards a healthier and more fulfilling life after loss."

- Ahira Smith

Ahira Smith

Empowering Healing and Growth

Supporting Others In Their Journey Towards Resilience And Transformation

Anticipatory Grief

Delayed Grief

Anticipatory grief happens prior to an expected loss. Essentially, it refers to feelings associated with a loss that someone knows is coming. Typically, anticipatory grief is associated with impending death, however, the definition of anticipatory grief has expanded to include other major losses. For example, loss of physical mobility or independence due to illness or injury, impending job loss, a relocation or even a

breakup of a relationship (i.e., separation, divorce).

Delayed grief occurs when people postpone feelings of grief and loss to a later date due to another life event. They may tell themselves that other people's needs are more important than their own and focus on taking care of them. This is an example of them trying to avoid their own painful feelings. Sudden loss may also create feelings of shock, numbness and a conscious or unconscious inability to cope with grief immediately. Delayed grief can occur weeks, months or even years after a loss.

Complicated Grief

Cumulative Grief

Complicated grief also known as ‘complicated bereavement’, ‘chronic grief’ or ‘complicated grief disorder’ involves experiencing symptoms accompanied by an array of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that become severe in longevity and impair one's ability to function.

Cumulative grief also known as a ‘grief overload’ occurs when someone experiences multiple losses that are happening in a short period of time; or before processing an earlier grief moment. This can lead to the inability to grieve a loss before
experiencing another and/or losses occur in too rapid of succession to heal from the initial loss.



A safe haven where one can come and discuss his/her/their current experiences with grief. Our goal is to provide suggestive tools and resources needed to navigate through your grief journey and find a way to move forward with it towards healing.


Let From Grief To Life Be Your O.A.S.I.S. (Organic. Authentic. Supportive. Intentional. Safe.) Space

Grief Coach Sessions

Speaking Engagement

Our one-on-one coaching sessions are designed to help you process your grief, navigate through the journey of grief, and develop healthy coping skills. Our holistic approach consists of being ‘Organic, Authentic, Supportive, Intentional, and Safe’
that will help you manage your thoughts, emotions, and behavior. No two sessions are the same.

For more information regarding booking Ahira to speak at your upcoming event(s), please fill out the contact form listed below, and someone will be in touch regarding the request.


It's Not You...It's Grief >>

A safe space to have candid conversations surrounding the many of facets of 'Grief'. How do you handle the process - while moving forward with it, and ultimately getting back to living in the moment? Come on this journey as we navigate grief thru the art of storytelling!

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Why Choose From Grief To Life?

 Together We Can Find The Gratitude And Joy Each New Day Brings


If you are looking for a space to share your experiences, learn [more] about grief, and find a way to move forward with it, we encourage you to reach out to begin your healing journey. Let us help you find a way to get back to living in the [present]
moment and together we can find the gratitude and joy each new day brings to cherish those we’ve lost and embrace the ones who are still here besides us.


Our Clients Say It Best

I found the session to not only be informative, but also very engaging and also relatable. We all experience grief and sometimes we just don't know how to process it.

- Katherine Coleman

Ahira Speaks

Helping Others Navigate On Their Journey Of Grief & Loss

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