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.
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A podcast for women who are tired of feeling isolated and angry in their grief and are looking for a way to heal and move forward with their lives.
Disclaimer: Our show is not based on a conceptual, intellectual, or theological perspective. The program provides education and support. We do not imply, infer, or attempt to fix, heal, or cure grief; and do not imply or provide professional counseling or therapy.
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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.
Do you need healthier boundaries as you grieve? In the midst of heartache and pain, striking a balance between maintaining relationships with others and self-preservation is incredibly tough. We hear that setting boundaries might lead to rejection from others, adding to our pain. However, boundaries aren’t about shutting people out. They’re about you finding your path to healing.
Sometimes, we experience a loss that feels profound beyond description, like talking through your feelings will never make it feel better. So, how do you grieve effectively in these situations without everything else in your life falling to pieces? If you’re ready for long-term solutions for grieving while maintaining your normal functional life, this episode is for you.
Anger is a complex emotion that we often try to ignore or ride out, but it is generally unavoidable. It isn’t the kind of emotion that you can tuck away neatly and ignore without consequence. The good news is that this emotion can be a powerful tool on the path to healing, so this week, I’m diving into the world of grief anger and debunk the misconceptions that come along with it.
Experiencing a loss is tough, and facing multiple losses can make coping even more challenging. This compounded feeling is often referred to as “grief overload.” Whether these losses are due to death, divorce, or other life events, it’s essential to find ways to manage and process these emotions. I’ll share three straightforward strategies to help you understand and process your feelings, aiding in your journey toward healing and acceptance.