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Cathy Cheshire
Founder, Master Grief Coaching & Online Certification
Call or Text (216) 903-9723, Eastern Time Zone    Time Zone Converter
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Nearest Major City is Cleveland, Ohio

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Talking Points

  • Why is death such an avoided topic?
  • What are common responses to profound grief that we may not realize? 
  • How can parents and family members make sense of the death of a loved one who died young with unfulfilled potential?
  • Does never getting over the loss of a loved one mean someone grieving will have limited happiness?
  • So many struggle after loss. What are some things that we don’t ‘get’ about grief?
  • How does understanding how our thoughts work help with grieving?
  • How might mindfulness help with grief? 
  • How do most people get past feeling broken after loss and fully live again?
  • How can we learn to be resilient after loss?
  • How does the law of attraction work with death and suffering?
  • What can someone do if they feel guilty about fully living after the death of a loved one because they feel it would be ignoring or betraying the person that died?
  • Is there anything we can learn from grief?
  • What is the best thing to say to someone grieving?
  • Where do top grief experts agree and disagree about grief and healing?
  • How do men and women grieve differently?
  • How can we help children grieve?
  • Why is grief after the loss of a pet so often minimized?

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Presentation Topics

  • Learning to be Resilient After Loss
  • Extraordinary Lessons Learned After the Loss of All Children
  • Emotional Freedom Tapping Techniques for Well-Being
  • Thriving After the Death of a Child

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Biographies

Bio Short (102 words)
Profoundly evolving after extreme suffering following the death of her two sons, Cathy Cheshire left a business career in healthcare to support other grievers. In honor of her sons, she became an author, speaker, and the founder of the “Master Grief Coach” training program with a certification option. She has diverse education from traditional and progressive professionals with varied grief expertise. Cathy received her Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University. Her book is titled, “Thriving After the Death of a Child.” Follow her at CathyCheshire.com, which includes the training module “Understanding Grief and Healing,” her blog, interviews, and other resources.

Bio Medium (167 words)
Profoundly evolving after extreme suffering following the death of her two sons, Cathy Cheshire left a 30-year business career in healthcare to support other grievers. In honor of her sons, she became an author, speaker, and the founder of the “Master Grief Coach” training program with a certification option. She has diverse education from traditional and progressive professionals with varied grief expertise including the areas of thought, emotion, mindfulness, and resilience. Cathy received her Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University. Her book is titled, “Thriving After the Death of a Child.” One reader commented, “This is such a powerful book.” Follow her at CathyCheshire.com, which includes the training module “Understanding Grief and Healing,” her blog, interviews, and other resources.

Cathy has been thriving for years, is happily married, and lives with her husband near Cleveland, Ohio. They are animal lovers and have two rescued dogs named Benji and Petey. They enjoy spending time with loved ones, traveling, boating, snow skiing, and sightseeing on their motorcycle. 

Bio Long (315 words)
In 2007, Cathy Cheshire’s only child died at age 16 in a car accident. Ten years later, after a long illness, her stepson died at age 29 when a blood clot caused a stroke. After the first loss, Cathy knew nothing about grief and didn’t want to go on until implementing a plan to improve all the areas of her life. She discovered the more she focuses on what she values, the less negative emotions are triggered. As she studied the work of traditional and progressive professionals with varied grief expertise, she finally understood how her thoughts and emotions function.

When her stepson died, the pain was the same, but she readily embraced her grief. As she continued cultivating her life, her lessons became extraordinary and allow her to be happy for others because now she cherishes her own life. Prepared to handle inevitable loss and difficulties, she now looks for the lessons rather than unyielding suffering.

Cathy’s evolution was so profound, she left a business career in healthcare to support other grievers. In honor of her sons, she became an author, speaker, and the founder of the “Master Grief Coach” training program with a certification option. She has diverse education from traditional and progressive professionals with varied grief expertise including the areas of thought, emotion, mindfulness, and resilience. Cathy received her Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University. Her book is titled, “Thriving After the Death of a Child.” One reader commented, “This is such a powerful book.”

Follow her at CathyCheshire.com, which includes the training module “Understanding Grief and Healing,” her blog, interviews, and other resources. She has been thriving for years, is happily married, and lives with her husband near Cleveland, Ohio. They are animal lovers and have two rescued dogs named Benji and Petey. They enjoy spending time with loved ones, traveling, boating, snow skiing, and sightseeing on their motorcycle. 

Bio Informal (139 words)
Cathy Cheshire dedicates the rest of her life to join other selfless souls in improving resources available to those grieving because of the times in her life she felt so alone after unimaginable loss. Looking back, she realizes her grief journey could have focused on love rather than despair, but she did not see even a flicker of hope at the end of a very dark tunnel. After finding information most helpful to her, she has been thriving for years, is happily married, and lives with her husband near Cleveland, Ohio. They are animal lovers and have two rescued dogs named Benji and Petey. They enjoy spending time with loved ones, traveling, boating, snow skiing, and sightseeing on their motorcycle. Cathy balances her time between joyous personal moments and supporting others in finding the way to their own light. 

Introduction (96 words)
Cathy Cheshire left a 30-year successful business career in healthcare to become a grief author, speaker, and teacher in honor of her two sons who died. After extensive and diverse grief education, she founded the online Certified Master Grief Coach training program. You can follow her at CathyCheshire.com, which includes her book, “Thriving After the Death of a Child,” the training module “Understanding Grief and Healing,” her blog, and other resources. She has been happily married to her 4th husband since 2007. They live in Ohio where Cathy reaches out to inspire a world of hurt.