July 30, 2021

That Thing About Weathering the Grief Storm

That Thing About Weathering the Grief Storm

In This Episode we answer the question; “What do you do when you lose your soulmate?” “How do you manage life moving forward?” Join us as we share the journey of a woman who lost her husband and soulmate to stage four metastatic melanoma cancer. His death forced them to train their combined focus on beating the odds — on John becoming a medical miracle, and the impact on every aspect of their lives. You will learn how working through the grieving process can teach you the value of each moment and inspire you to be grateful for each precious moment my guest Julie Kick will share her experience and the lessons she’s learned. Julie is an ICF Accredited life and business coach, trainer, and keynote speaker. She’s Known as “the Systems Specialist,” she can break down just about any concept or big picture problem into doable steps. She is an Author of “Weathering the grief storm” her first book. Her unique THRIVE process was used to help her through life after loss. We will learn what steps to take to move forward in the wake of unspeakable loss, what is the THRIVE process is and relearning acts of “inescapable singleness.”    

Julie Kick

ICF Accredited life and business coach, trainer, and keynote speaker, Author

Julie Kick is an ICF Accredited life and business coach, trainer, and keynote speaker. Known as “the Systems Specialist,” she can break down just about any concept or big picture problem into doable steps. Her training topics include personal development, coaching and mentoring skills, leadership skills, and using the THRIVE process during life after loss. She has been writing her entire life but this is her first book.
In February of 2016 Julie’s husband and soulmate lost his battle with cancer. His death and working through the grieving process has taught her the value of each moment and inspired her to share her experience and the lessons she’s learned with her audiences and in this book.

Julie lives with her husband Mark in Vancouver, Washington. She has two grown boys, three grown step-children, and two grandchildren.