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Anyone who considrs a pet a beloved friend, companion or family member knows the intense pain that accompanies the loss of that friend. Judy Cameron and Judy Wright will be sharing with you tips and techniques to cope with that grief. Please call in and share your story and insight. Guest call-in is 917-889-8810 We want to hear from you.
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There many difficult decisions one faces upon the loss of a pet. We can help you understand some of the feelings and emotions surrounding the 5 stages of grief and loss.
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MIRACLE Zone is about real life and the transition it brings. While the Holiday Season is filled with holly, jolly Christmas songs, Christmas parties, and cheer, it is also a great time of sorrow and depression for many. This time of year, companies lay off employees to make their bottom-line budget numbers and cease hiring until the new year. People go throw breakups and divorce, children continue to rebel and death does not take a holiday. Those family members and friends who have crossed over are remembered and dearly missed. Chapman, being who she is and having suffered these painful experiences in the holiday season, will share her stories in order to reach out and help others transition through. If you know someone who could use a little encouragement or not exactly experiencing the Holiday spirit, invite them to listen. 9:00 AM Pacific....12 Noon Eastern.
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For some, the holidays are filled with family, friends and fun. For others, the holidays are filled with sadness, loneliness and grief. Here to provide us with some coping strategies to get through the holidays is Diane Pratt, Grief Coach. Diane has been a coach and mentor throughout her business career and has helped and supported many to achieve their goals. After experiencing the loss of her husband and working through her own grief, she was inspired to establish Phoenix4LifeCoaching LLC. Diane is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Certified Spiritual Coach (CSC) who specializes in supporting those who are working through the loss of a loved one, a pet or a major change in their lives. She is passionate about accompanying individuals on their grief journey, to emerge triumphantly building a new future.
Guest:David Desamour- Dealing with Grief and Loss during the holidays.Desired outcome for the program- Provide listeners with a blueprint to understand, cope, and overcome grief when dealing with the loss of a love one during the holidays.Myth and Fact about grief MYTH: The pain will go away faster if you ignore it.Fact: Trying to ignore your pain or keep it from surfacing will only make it worse in the long run. For real healing it is necessary to face your grief and actively deal with it. Myth It’s important to be “be strong” in the face of loss.Fact: Feeling sad, frightened, or lonely is a normal reaction to loss. Crying doesn’t mean you are weak. You don’t need to “protect” your family or friends by putting on a brave front. Showing your true feelings can help them and you.MYTH: If you don’t cry, it means you aren’t sorry about the loss.
Fact: Crying is a normal response to sadness, but it’s not the only one. Those who don’t cry may feel the pain just as deeply as others. They may simply have other ways of showing it.MYTH: Grief should last about a year.Fact: There is no right or wrong time frame for grieving. How long it takes can differ from person to person.Source: Center for Grief and Healing :Understanding and coping Stages of Grief:In 1969, psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross introduced what became known as the “five stages of grief.”The five stages of grief:Denial: “This can’t be happening to me.”Anger: “Why is this happening? Who is to blame?”Bargaining: “Make this not happen, and in return I will .”Depression: “I’m too sad to do anything.”Acceptance: “I’m at peace with what happened.”Steps in overcoming grief! Take care of yourself Celebrate life by doing good deeds, because you can.Confine in someone.Find a New Hobby.
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Are you struggling with grief and loss? Are you having trouble finding peace or moving forward? Robyn Hessinger for this week’s Inspired Guidance radio show: Moving through Grief and Loss.
Loss is often the most painful thing we experience as a human being. The death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or even the loss of a job can send us to a place of despair and hopelessness. What do our guides and angels want us to know during these times of grief and sadness? Join Robyn for comfort, support and healing as she shares channeled messages and answers your questions about your own grief and loss. This is your opportunity to receive free guidance and healing. 646-200-3448.
Robyn Hessinger is a gifted Intuitive, Medium, Angel Communicator, and Healer. She is also an Author, Speaker, Teacher and the founder of Inspired Guidance®. www.inspiredguidance.com
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Today, Travis will teach you how to build a weight loss plate. In other words, a fat loss plate. Travis will also discuss eating out for fat loss.
Hear my former co-host, Rev Pat Torok, and I, share strategic prayers for healing grief. Whether it is about loss of significant others, loss of employment, health, divorce or whatever ... you are not alone. If you know a friend who is dealing with grief, please encourage them to listen or to call in too. We want to pray for you. Please call in for prophetic prayer or to make comments or to ask questions. If you have a free skype account and a free listener account, you can call in for free from any country.
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avoid the holidays The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.
This week's conversation will focus on "Will grief hurt less if I avoid the holidays altogether?"
We will be looking at alternative spend ways to spend the holidays as a remedy to avoid memories and emotional pain.
Listeners are welcomed to call in.
On tonight's show we will expose the hard cold facts concerning death, dying and disability. We will talk about money grubbing funeral directors, hellish hospice agents, the profit mongering, perverted long term care industry and the twisted road that is paved with confusion when filing for disability whether it be workman's comp, SSI or SSD. We will also discuss the importance of good record keeping; always having a good advocate present when dealing with doctors, nurses, specialists and others. We will also teach you tonight how to travel smoothly through this maze of confusion in these many different areas discussed above.
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, and his guest, Stephen Dixon, Caregiver to his late wife of 33 years, Brenda, who died of stage 4 breast cancer just 8 months ago. Steve is very strong in his faith, and this has helped him to go through the grief process quicker than most who have suffered such a loss. In his words, "I remember clearly being strong to communicate the seriousness of Brenda's condition with our semi adult children and then two days later crying to God as I drove home from a concert because I did not want to lose my Brenda! We enjoyed many good days along with some not so good days as she underwent first radiation and hormone therapy, then chemo therapy to deal with the disease. Fast forward to one year ago this fall - September, 2013 and I received quite a shock when I was let go from my work of 32 years simply due to "re-organizing", but in the providence of God I was then able to stay home with my bride for the last six months of her life. Brenda died on March 11, 2014 at Holy Cross hospital.
During those last six months I enjoyed three months of life with her as husband and friend, and then became caregiver husband for the last three months of her life. God gave me great grace to deal with my great loss as I went and stayed with her every day at the hospital, and then was her sole caregiver for three days at home and then closing out her time on earth the last 6 days at the hospital. These were difficult days - but we were encouraged by God's word - by the prayers of many, many Christians and by flowers, cards, and visits of our close friends.
Dave Nassaney is the author of numerous articles and books, speaker, life coach, and radio talk-show host for caregivers who are burned out, but his most important role is being a caregiver to his lovely wife, Charlene. His latest book that he is now working on is entitled: The Caregiver's Caregiver, Avoiding Burnout.
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Join Travis at Noon today and discuss powerful techniques that can help you avoid relapse and weight gain.
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The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.
This week's conversation will continue with focusing on the holidays. Today we will be talking about memories during our special celebrations,
For those who are grieving, memories can bring sudden upswings of intense emotion. Often its these intense emotional experiences that we will do anything to avoid.
We will talk about how to deal with these situations, so that when they happen we know what to do.
Listeners are welcomed to call in.