Anne Pascale Stein


Loss can alter the course of our lives, creating a clear “before” and “after.” Grief is a challenging, exhausting journey that demands time, energy, and space. But, do we truly understand how to grieve? Did we learn how to mourn from our parents or society? In a culture with established rituals for death but few for other types of loss, mourning becomes our unique healing process.

In a rapidly changing world, personal boundaries are your anchor, providing safety and self-assurance in the midst of chaos. They are your allies, clarifying your desires and limits, and empowering you to confidently navigate life’s challenges. Understanding the two facets of boundaries – protective and containing – is the first step towards achieving balance and harmony in your relationships and within yourself.