"Grief The Unspoken"Society — Organization
Angie Cartwright is the founder of National Grief Awareness Day, occurring on her mother's birthday of August 30 of each year.
Angie has experienced the pain of profound loss many times in her life starting with the loss of her baby sister when Angie was just a small child, the loss of her newlywed husband from a tragic car accident at age 21, and the loss of her mother from an accidental overdose in 2010.
Learning the hard way that grievers are often misunderstood, Angie is committed to help change how our culture understands and views grief. She expertly coaches and comforts people all around the world through social media, her website, and her Grief Release Course, to help thousands of grievers find solid footing once again.
"I finally realized that there was only one thing I could ever do to be free, shares Angie. "It was to embrace my humanness."
|Mission||To reach out to our fellow grievers. To provide a place to feel how you need to feel. To be able grieve and heal in your own way, and in your own time.|