Karla J Noland
Motivated by the shared experience of loss, Karla J. Noland expanded her focus beyond personal grief, giving rise to the Navigating Grief During the Holidays event. This event aims to provide solace and support to those grappling with the challenges of facing the holidays without their loved ones.
Durham mental fitness coach explains steps to help overcome grief during the holidays.
Are you reeling from the death of a parent and in need of encouragement and direction?
From Surviving to Thriving: A Conversation on Grief and Grieving with Karla J. Noland & @GrieveLeave
Durham woman helps people cope with trauma over the holidays.
Karla discusses her latest book and bereavement companion journal, titled The Day My Heart Turned Blue, (a 2022 Eric Hoffer Spiritual book award winner).
In this episode, we delve into Karla's grief experiences, the day her heart turned blue, and the growing process she began when she started grieving for her mother.
A smashing time speaking with Ron Clark from the UK on Chat and Spin Radio about my latest book, The Day My Heart Turned Blue: Healing After the Loss of My Mother.
How do you feel during the holiday season? For many, the holidays can be a very sad and lonely time triggering depression and grief.
Saboteurs are the voices in your head that generate negative emotions in the way you handle life’s everyday challenges. They represent automated patterns in your mind for how to think, feel, and respond. They cause all of your stress, anxiety, self-doubt, frustration, restlessness, and unhappiness. They sabotage your performance, wellbeing, and relationships.