“My 2-year-old son and I were in a car accident, and my son was ripped from my life by a guardrail going through my car,” Sandy Brosam writes.
Eight years later her fourth child died after battling cancer.
Brosam, of Spokane, is one of 24 speakers presenting at the Grieving in Plain Sight conference, which will be held Aug. 17-19 at the Double Tree Hotel. She’s the author of “Becoming Bigger Than Our Pain” and says no one should be alone on his or her journey to finding peace.
The event begins Aug. 17 with a memory book workshop at 2 p.m. with all the speakers. Aug. 18 workshops include “Proactive Grieving,” Grieving Teens and Young Adults,” “Military Deployment Grief”, “Support for Pregnancy Loss, Stillbirth and SIDS” and “Transforming Your Life Following the Death of a Spouse.”
Workshops will continue Aug. 19 and a Power of Healing Ceremony will take place at 12:15 p.m.
For more information and pricing visit the Grieving in Plain Sight website.