If you're a woman who is struggling after the death of a loved one, you are not alone, and you're in the right place.
Welcome - I'm Kim Coots, and my heart goes out to you because I understand what you're going through. My only child and beloved daughter, Keira, died unexpectedly of fentanyl poisoning and my world turned into a nightmare. While my story of loss begins with unimaginable tragedy, it transitions into hope, healing, connection, and love that I never imagined. I want you to know it's possible for you too, and I stand for you to help you on your journey, sister.
Professionally, this experience changed the trajectory of my career from an Inc. 500 award-winning corporate business leader, to a Certified Evidential Medium and Spiritual Empowerment Counselor for women.
I learned how to connect with my daughter in heaven, experience love between worlds, and finally find my way out of the darkness of grief to live empowered after loss, even though I'll always be missing Keira's physical presence in my life.
Now I teach, guide, and support bereaved women how to experience this, too.
If you desire to connect with your loved one(s) in Heaven and find hope, healing, and purpose in living after loss, here's how I can help:
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There is a better way to grieve and heal beyond society's standards for loss, so you can find inner peace, connection, and purpose.
Many women who've experienced the death of a loved one feel like they'll be stuck suffering with unbearable pain for the rest of their lives. The pain of living in the land of regrets, ruminating about what you should have done differently feels too much to bear.
Unhealthy or self-sabotaging coping mechanisms like comfort eating, alcohol, drugs, or overworking end up creating more pain. And it takes a lot of energy to pretend like you're doing as well as you can on the outside, while inside you're silently suffering, waiting for life to end so you can finally escape the pain and be with your loved one(s) again.
This way of life is not sustainable, and it creates significant, unnecessary pain while health, wealth, career, and relationships deteriorate.
Society is not equipped to support the grieving, and our culture doesn't teach us compassionate ways to live empowered after loss.
I commonly hear that the friends and family of bereaved women aren't there for them like they thought they'd be, and I experienced that, too. It leaves you feeling alone and misunderstood.
Standard grief support options like grief groups, clinical counseling, and medications aren't always helpful. Personally, I found these options to feel very clinical, not trust-worthy, masculine in nature, and even more depressing.
Time is not what changes grief, nor is there a specific amount of time that grief takes.
Contrary to typical beliefs in society, grief does not disappear after a certain amount of time. You'll probably miss your loved one's physical presence for the rest of your life, and no amount of time will change that.
While grief may never completely go away, the nature of your grief can transform and become lighter with the shifting of your perspective about life, death, and the purpose of the soul. Missing your loved one from a place of love is different than missing them from a place of shame, guilt, anger, or unending sorrow.
Your Loved Ones in Spirit REALLY are Still with You and the Other Side DOES Exist.
Knowing this opens a path of hope, healing, and courage.
As a previous skeptic-turned-evidential medium, I know that it's common for grieving women to want or even need to connect with their loved ones in Heaven, but fear and doubt can hold you back from experiencing the depth of love that still exists, and the hope and healing this connection leads to.
The truth is:
- Love and connection doesn't end after the death of the body
- You CAN have a connection with your loved one(s) in Heaven, either through a reputable evidential medium, by learning to on your own, or both...like I did
- You can confidently recognize signs from your loved one(s)
- You don't have to be a born medium to connect with the Other Side
- You can find proof of the afterlife through evidential mediumship
- You can find hope, healing, and purpose in living after loss
Can you relate to anything I've shared above? When you have the right tools, training, support, and mindset, you can transform your pain, find closure, and experience love, connection, and purpose, even if you are grieving. I can help.
"Kim is an exceptionally gifted and talented evidential medium. Her connection to the other side is undeniable. Kim's gentle and loving demeanor create a safe place for you to be held and cared for through your loss. She provides accurate, inspiring, and loving messages from those who have passed further validating life after death and that love never dies. I highly recommend Kim!"
~ Bonnie W.
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Disclaimer: Services and products offered by Kim Coots are not medical care; they do not diagnose, cure, or prescribe medical care; they offer no guarantees and are not a replacement for medical care. Kim is an Ordained Minister and Certified Evidential Medium and Spiritual Healing Practitioner, but she is not a licensed healthcare provider. She provides counseling services from a spiritual aspect under the umbrella of an Ordained Minister. If you require medical or mental health care, please see a licensed medical practitioner.