There are countless myths surrounding grief, one of which is that we need to get away from negative emotions. But the grieving process is all about creating real emotional resilience and finding the path to a more empowered experience. So, it’s time to start redefining grief and uncovering the transformative potential of uncomfortable emotions.
When you’re experiencing heavy emotions in your life, the last thing you want to do is talk about it. Writing about the heart-wrenching loss of a loved one sounds challenging, but what if I told you that writing could be your secret weapon for navigating stormy emotions like grief, turning your grief into gratitude?
Tune in this week and meet me at the powerful intersection of gratitude and grief. I’m giving you some advice that has the potential to entirely change how you view your grief journey, helping you understand how grief and gratitude can coexist, and you’ll learn what changes profoundly when you can begin embracing gratitude, regardless of your current experience of life.
Studies reveal that the economic impact of divorce can endure for five years after divorce, particularly affecting women. If you want to understand how to build financial resilience as you journey through divorce grief or the grief that accompanies any life-altering transition, today’s episode is for you.
Things can change quickly when it comes to money, but there are people and resources ready to help you through this overwhelming experience so you can make the best possible financial decisions during grief. Hear some valuable insights and actionable steps you can take to start building financial strength with confidence and clarity after a loss.
Grief messes with us in countless ways, especially our eating habits. However, the food you consume during grief plays a pivotal role in your emotional wellbeing. Healthy eating is a crucial part of self-care after experiencing a loss, so if you’re ready to give your body and brain what it needs to start healing, you’re in the right place.
Whether you’re a seasoned fitness enthusiast or a couch warrior looking to take the first step, you’re in the right place. A physical approach to healing isn’t just about burning calories. It’s about lighting up the path to recovery and renewal. If you’re ready to unlock the transformative healing power of exercise in your grief journey, this episode is for you.
Have you ever turned to a pint of ice cream when you’re feeling down, only to be hit with the sickening realization that eating can’t fix what’s making you sad? Emotional eating is a go-to coping strategy during times of grief or loneliness for too many people, so it’s time to explore the deep and complex connection between grief and emotional eating.
Has your grief left you feeling physically exhausted? Well, it’s time to explore a powerful connection that is too often overlooked: the impact of grief on our physical well-being. If you’re ready to start healing from the emotional and physiological impacts of loss, this episode is for you.
After we’ve lost a person, a relationship has ended, or we’re surrounded by memories of how our life used to be, it’s normal to ask ourselves if we could have done more and if the way we’re feeling is our own fault. Grief has us dissecting our most challenging times with a heavy heart, so it’s time to sit back and start untangling the complexities of guilt in grief.
We often think of grief and mourning interchangeably, however, they refer to different experiences. As humans, we come to terms with loss through mourning, which involves actively and purposefully processing our grief. Grief is what we feel, while mourning is the outward expression of those feelings. Why does this distinction matter? Listen in to find out.