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stottHello friends!  Welcome to the Grieving Toolbox! My name is Cathey Stott and I live in Dayton, Ohio with my husband and our 3 Boston Terriers (5 if you count the 2 we “babysit” during the week). I am the proud mother of 2 adult children.  As a Pastoral Counselor and Life Purpose Coach, my passion is to walk alongside women who are mourning the loss of a loved one, the loss of a job or the loss of a dream. God has promised to never leave us or forsake us. It is especially important to remember this during the season of grief. Grief recovery takes work. It’s not easy and is quite painful. However, if you keep your eyes on Jesus, it is an opportunity for spiritual growth and a deeper relationship with the One who died for you.

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14 Comments »

  1. Paula says:

    Thoughtful words. Thank you.

  2. Collin Shaughnessy says:

    Have heard wonderful things. I look forward to exploring this website

  3. Rev. Barbara Elerby says:

    Thank you

  4. Anolie cody says:

    Thanks for the encouragement that I read. Each day. You have been a great caring person. Thanks for caring for so many who are hurting.

  5. Kevin Ashwe says:

    Grief is what comes to every one of us one way or the other and it a very crucial momment in every mans life for depending on how we manage it God or the devil we use it for his glory.

    • Cathey says:

      yes, you are so right. It’s a turning point for many of us and it is important to keep our eyes on God during the pain. Thank you for your comments, Kevin.

  6. Tracy Joyner says:

    This site is SO IMPORTANT ..what you do is a blessing in so many ways. THANK YOU

    TracyAnn from http://www.crochethappy.com and http://asktracyann.crochethappy.com

  7. sheila says:

    HI LOST MY BOYFRIEND WAYNE SMITH HE WENT IN THE HOSPITAL ON JUNE 18 2012I KNOW HE WILL NOT COME FROM THERE HE DIED ON JULY 11 2012 HE HAS LUNG CANCER HE WAS LOST ALOT WEIGHT FAST WE HE WENT TO HOSPIAL WAYNE SMITH GREAST MAN HE WILL HELPED ANYONE HE HELP ME TAKE CARE OFF MY SON’S AND HE LIKE FATHER TO THEM AND I HELPED WITH HIS SON WHAT I REMEMBER ABOUT WAYNE HE CALLED ME IS WIFE TO HIS FRIEND’S THAT MADE FEEL GOOD I MISS HIS CALL AND LIST TO HIS VOCIE AND TEXT AND HAVING HIS ARMS AND KISS I JUST MISS SO MUCH

  8. Linda Lewis says:

    I am so glad that I found your website.My grandson was stillborn in 2004. My husband passed away March of 2010. Now
    my mom is living with me and she has alzheimer which is a kind of death on it’s own. I am so stressed and tired,I don’t know which way to turn..

  9. Shirley says:

    So thankful to find your website. My husband passed away on January 15th of this year, and I am desperate to stay close to God and continue to do His will.

    • Cathey says:

      Shirley, I am so sorry to hear about your husband. I am praying for strength for your and your family during this grief journey. Blessings. Cathey

  10. This is an awesome website with so many great tools for going through the greiving process. Our oldest daughter passed away in 2000 at the age of 22 from diaetes one year after giving birth to her third child. The process was interesting to say the least as I worked through the process my self and watched my wife, our other children, and our grandchildren also work through the process. I would have loved to have had this tool then; but now I can refer others to this great site.

    • Cathey says:

      Rev. Olson, thank you so much for the encouragement and for sharing from your personal life. I will be adding more to The Grieving Toolbox in 2012, so check back often. Blessings. Cathey

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