Dichotomy of Emotions

As the years pass, while continuing to process and categorize the grief from the loss of my beloved Sydney, the “job” of remaining present within each moment is an added challenge (to the grief journey) that I willingly take on.  I say willingly, because from the very beginning of this painstaking journey, she reminds me in a variety of ways to stay the course. While willingly, I am hard on myself when I have, what I call (only related to...

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Embracing Transformation after Trama

Grief makes you understand the power of love. I personally have come to realize this as I continue to deal this new reality I have been forced to embrace since the loss of my daughter.  When she was killed on December 24, 2016, everything within me felt as if it had died with her. My breath will never be the same as I power through, some days with the feeling of iron weights holding my feet to the earth and other days I float with grace, as if...

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Interview with WMAP on February 11th, 2019

Hello friends, This interview below was fairly emotional for me so please, if you are someone that places judgment…don’t listen.  I only communicate from the heart and with vulnerability… Thank you and many blessings, Marcy  MarcyStone30min7.mp3

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Interview – Speaking from my heart

The audio below is from an interview I did with KC Armstrong on December 12, 2018 to promote “The Voice of an Angel” by sharing a little about our life together as “We 3” which in turn will also be used for KC’s new book, “Simply Amazing Women” that I am blessed to be one of the women chosen to participate....

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Clarity around Anger and Grief…

Anger has been my “go to” emotion over these last two years since losing Syd, but especially the 2nd year. In my book, “The Voice of an Angel”, I write about “leaning into love” and while I do always get back to love, anger was definately present. I experienced anger during the 1st year of life without Syd, but I was still incredibly numb and that seemed to dull the senses making the anger seem less profound. The 2nd year thou, the numbness...

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