A helping hand through the process of death
Feb 28, 2017
Is there such a thing as a beautiful death?
A romantic relationship with someone whose life was cut short turned Annie Morabito's life in a completely different direction.
After losing her partner Zol to cancer, Annie trained as a death doula, in regional Victoria, in order to help people through the process of dying and losing a loved one.
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“Doulas are usually associated with the creation of life, offering support, help and advice to women during pregnancy and childbirth.
As a death doula, Annie deals with the other end of the spectrum, assisting people in their final days.
“Birth and death aren’t so different when you think about it,” she explains.
“They are the two most intense moments of life for us and our loved ones.”
Read full article here.
“annie is one of those rare people that shrouds you in her healing energy the minute you step into her space. She has assisted me immensely in working though personal anxieties and learning to embrace my intuition.”
“ANNIE ALWAYS SHARES SUCH WISDOM AND SIMPLICITY IN HER WORK. I ALWAYS FEEL SAFE, GROUNDED AND HEARD AFTER A CHAT, AND ANNIE TEACHES ME TO ALWAYS LOOK IN AND FIND MY ANSWERS. IT’S VERY EMPOWERING!”
Compassionate Presence Workshop 2018