"Undivided" is a program series devoted to examining the barriers that exist in society to divide people across a variety of lines: cultural, ethnic, religious, racial, political, gender, age, and financial demographics. The show seeks to find common ground in which to bridge the divides that exist in society through honest dialogue.
This episode will focus on grieving the loss of a loved one while dealing with conflicting emotions of relief that the person has passed away. This type of grieving can cause people to feel emotionally divided against themselves. They know they should feel sadness, and at points do feel that way. However feeling guilty that we feel relieved over the passing of that person can cause a range of emotions to take place.
The program will look at the challenges of these emotions and determine ways to cope with the mixed emotions grieving can produce within the human condition.
My special guest will be Michele West, a certified professional coach and health/wellness expert who has valuable life experience in this topic. These emotions have impacted all of us in one way or another at some point in our lives. It is an important topic especially with the holiday season upon us.
Frank J. Maduri is the host of "Undivided" and is a certified professional coach as well as a freelance writer. His news stories have been distributed globally to over 40 countries. Frank also has a poetry collection published through Amazon and is working on a second book. He is proud to host a program that takes a deep look into social justice and personal health issues.
Please join the conversation or listen in live on Wednesday night, December 6th at 7PM Eastern.
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