A conversation with authors Linda Schreyer and Megan Devine on the importance of finding your grief support tribe during times of loss and struggle.

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Megan Devine is a clinical mental health therapist and teacher for people wanting to access their own inner core, exploring creativity and the cultivation of inner space.

In 2009, Megan was witness to the accidental death by drowning of her partner, Matt—strong, fit, healthy and not yet 40. Her life was shaken. “When sudden death erupted into my life, all my professional experience felt meaningless. I spent many sleepless nights looking for someone else to help me here, to offer me something. Good words, true help, was hard to find.”

In response, Megan created the website Refuge in Grief, a way for Megan to provide to others what was so hard to find in her own life after her own world exploded. It was, as Megan writes, “like an act of reversal magic.”

With Refuge in Grief, Megan offers support services including her audio guidebook, When Everything is Not Okay, designed to help you navigate difficult passages.

Linda Schreyer is the co-author of the novel, Tears and Tequila. In addition to her novel, Linda has had a long career as a writer for TV and movies, including over 1,000 hours of serial television for programs such as General Hospital, Sunset Beach (for which she received a Writers Guild Award nomination), and The Bold and The Beautiful.