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There's a right way and a wrong way to deal with grief. And even with the very best coping skills, grief is still painful. The holidays can be very challenging for people who have recently lost someone near and dear to them.
Sometimes people never deal with the grief, and are still suffering years after a loved one has died. We can show you some techniques and ways of thinking through grief, so that you can reduce your suffering while still honoring the memory of the person you loved. Clarissa
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“Who’s going to carve the turkey this year now that Dad has died?”
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, Ramadan, Kwanza and New Year’s Day are annual holidays that can be a very difficult time for people who have experienced the death of someone loved. Holidays force us to realize how much our lives have been changed by the loss of our loved one. Particularly in the first year, many bereaved are left with having to develop new holiday rituals and traditions. Judy Brizendine, author of award-winning books, STUNNED by Grief and STUNNED by Grief Journal, will gently guide us through the chaos and confusion of coping with grief, especially during the Holidays, in a realistic, revealing, personal, and practical way.
Judy Brizendine--author, blogger, and speaker--is a woman with a passionate mission that developed as a result of a tragic loss. The statement, “Out of your deepest pain comes your greatest gift,” describes her experience.
Judy’s goal is to meet you wherever you are, and connect with you in such a way that you’ll know you can make it through this experience and discover a new sense of hope and direction.
Contact Information for Judy Brizendine:
Author of STUNNED by Grief and STUNNED by Grief Journal
P.O. Box 296
Lake Forest, CA 92609-0296
949.281.6933 (business phone)
Today marks the beginning of the holiday season and with it comes all of the challenges around healthy eating and maintaining your fitness routine. Leftover candy, Thanksgiving pies, Christmas cookies, and overeating are common this time of year. What are healthy alternatives to all the sweet treats during the holidays? How does the change in season and weather affect your body? What can you do to stay fit into the new year? My guest, fitness expert and owner of Mile High Fitness, Kim Farmer has the answers.
Tonight, we will be discussing spiritual and emotional ranges because we are fast approaching the Holiday season. We know this is the time of year when most people suffer depression of some kind. Statistics show us this is the time of the year most suicides and homicides occur. So, there is great need for the topic of the “Seven stages of Grief i.e. Death” to be discussed. Many of us do not have a faith base system or community to support us for whatever reason. Please, join us; it is a possibility you can lend a helping hand through these upcoming holidays. Please call: 347-308 8392
Thanksgiving and Christmas are around the corner, so what are you having for the holidays?Will it be the traditional dinners, some fusion or something different? And who's coming to dinner or is it Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? Tune in to the next New Jackie Blue Show and find out what Jackie Blue and Triple “T” may be having for the holidays. I wonder will Triple “T” come this way and visit for the holidays.
The Holidays are suppose to be a wonderus & joyful time, well at least that what the greetings cards tells us. For so many of us the holidays can be very stressful in many ways which often leads to Conflicts at family gatherings. In this conversation with Dr Margaret 'Peg' Herrman we will help you discover what may cause those conflicts and how to aviod them. Margaret Herrman, PhD, has over 40 years of hands-on experience as a conflict consultant, using to
Do you sense the onslaught of the holiday season creeping in?
How can this year be more happy, healthy, less stressful, less expensive?
How might this holiday season increase your sense of worth on multiple levels?
Join us to remind yourself about to common-sense, practical ways to navigate the holidays with ease and grace. Discover how to receive and use two life-enhancing gifts this holiday season and all year long.
Join Dr. Pat as she interviews Sara Wiseman Re-Imagining the Holidays: How to Escape the Six Traps of Overabundance, and Create New Traditions Brimming with Gratitude.
Are you dreading it already? You know… the whole shopping-gifting-cooking-cleaning-eating-drinking socializing-relatives-traveling season just ahead? Instead, what if you could create holidays that were a time of true relaxation and joy? What if the traditions you chose filled you with gratitude at the deepest level? You can, says author Sara Wiseman, when you choose to escape the Six Traps of Overabundance, and create a whole new kind of holiday.
Welcome to part two of the series, Lifestyle Design For 2014, as we spread our trail map out across the table to begin to guide you down the path that led us to a fun, free life by design. In the first minute, the single most important link to living your life by design in 2014 is revealed.
Everyone knows that the Holidays can be stressful...so how do you find the time to build your dream life right in the middle of it? By Minute 10 this answer is revealed.
Finally, Christine flips the dietary world upside down, as she teaches you exactly what she does to enjoy the holidays and lose weight at the same time.
Check out previous episodes at http://lifestyletrailblazers.com/category/lifestyle-radio
PAWsitive Radio presented by Team Toby. Join Host Charmaine Hammond, professional speaker, bestselling author and president of Team Toby.
Margot Ahlquist joins us to talk about coping with the loss of our pets. Margot is the creator of Paws to Talk, which started as an advice blog and has grown into a life coaching business.
Margot’s award-winning blog is written in the voices of her two standard poodles Bella and DiDi. Prior to her work on Paws to Talk, Margot worked for over 8 years as a writer, researcher and producer in the Television Industry. Margot has a Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communications and continues her life coaching education at Coach U. She makes sure to play a good game of fetch everyday. Website: www.pawstotalk.com
To find out more about Charmaine and Team Toby, visit www.TheOriginalTeamToby. Come and find us on social media (see the links on our show page).
As a former caregiver to another adult and a single parent raising two young sons with autism, Michele-Marie Roberts understands the problems well; but after a particularly disastrous date, she decided to take matters into her own hands. The result is WAVELENGTH dating, http://wavelengthdating.com, a dating website that makes it easy for people like her to meet other singles on their same wavelength.
Michele-Marie will offer tips and suggestions to help you feel comfortable and confident as you date during your caregiving experience.
Are you grieving? Your initial response might be 'no', but consider this: We grieve about all sorts of things besides death and trauma. We can grieve about loss of health or loss of a job, a divorce or major rejection, bullying, and more. Today's guest is Deborah Campbell with Performance Psychology. We're going to be talking about coping with grief; how to recognize it in our lives, how gender can affect the grieving person, and other aspects of grief we might not ever have known. We're also going to identify some of the WORST things you can do when you're trying to be supportive of a grieving person, and some of the BEST things you can do.
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