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Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the jrilshow. Tonight we are talking real life situations. We are talking about dealing with grief.
Are you grieving the loss of a loved one? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., CEO of www.wisewidow.com, and her expert guests in this series on death and dying, grief and loss, healing and hope. Sign up for the bi-monthly newsletter with expert advice on health and wellness http://wisewidow.com/newsletter.
Each day an estimated 155,000 people die. For every death, two to ten times as many people grieve. Join me and my guest Shirely Enebrad, Grief Recovery Specialist and author of Over the Rainbow, My Son's Journey from Here to Heaven as we discuss her most recent book Six Word Lessons on Coping with Grief. For her many years of work with pediatric cancer patients she received the Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service and the Angel of Hospice Award.
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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 John Lee Soap, Jr., Cherokee, and hostess Brenda Golden discuss grief and coping with loss. Tragically both have lost children in recent years and will share what it means to grieve, what is grief, is there a proper way to grieve, and most of all how to cope with grief. John has attained higher educational degrees in Counseling while working full time. He currently works as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor.
Children are not supposed to die...Parents expect to see their children grow and mature. Ultimately, parents expect to die and leave their children behind...This is the natural course of life events, the life cycle continuing as it should. The loss of a child is the loss of innocence, the death of the most vulnerable and dependent. The death of a child signifies the loss of the future, of hopes and dreams, of new strength, and of perfection. - Arnold and Gemma 1994, iv, 9, 39
Death is an experience that is common to all mankind, an experience that touches all members of the human family. Death transcends all cultures and beliefs; there is both commonality and individuality in the grief experience. When a loved one dies, each person reacts differently. A child's death, however, is such a wrenching event that all affected by it express sadness and dismay and are painfully shaken.
Both John and Brenda are part of a White Bison recovery group. The Wellbriety path does not compete with A.A. or any other pathway of personal recovery, but instead enriches those pathways by embracing them within the web of Native American tribal histories and cultures. http://www.facebook.com/groups/117525848259894/
Healing after losing a loved one can be a challenging process. Join Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at 7:30 pm EST to witness a critical conversation about grief. The renowned Dr. Renee Sunday will be the exclusive featured guest. She will discuss her popular book, Sunday Grief M.D., which confronts death and healing. This show will educate us all. Tune in!
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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Dealing with grief and loss is something most people have to do sometime in their lives. Grief is a natural response to the loss of someone or something very dear to us. Losses that may lead to grief include the death or separation of a loved one, loss of a job, death or loss of a beloved pet, or any number of other changes in life such as divorce, becoming an "empty nester," or retirement. Anyone can experience grief and loss, but each person is unique in how he or she copes with these feelings. Some responses are healthy coping mechanisms, while others may hinder the grieving process. The acknowledgment of grief, time, and support facilitate the grieving process, allowing an opportunity for a person to appropriately mourn a loss and then heal.
Today Andre Ogburn and Kimberley Hart will discuss some of the coping mechanisms and help those who are grieving a lot or slipping into depression. Tune in today show and all are welcome to share some of your experience just reach out to the host at 646-716-6296. You can also write to Kimberley Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org
PAWsitive Radio hosted by Team Toby. Join Host Charmaine Hammond, professional speaker, bestselling author and president of Team Toby.
Today's guest - Margot Ahlquist, will be talking about dealing with the loss of a pet, and, her PAWS By Your Side Care Kit. She provides tips for dealing with loss, how to build a support system, and explains the care kit and how it works. Charmaine also talks about dealing with grief in the workplace. Change, transition and loss also happens in the business world, charmaine shares tips on moving through grief at work and building resilience.
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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)
Mindfulness. Relating Assertively. 5 R's of Stress Management. Recognizing Thoughts, Feelings. Problem Solving.
And so many much needed skills to be a Human Being, to be a person. Once the brain is scrambled by a TBI or any brain injury, COPING SKILLS indeed get scrambled too, as the brain is our make up. Coping Skills, taught soon following my Severe TBI of 7-years ago, is what way of life I MUST try to live, to be able to live life on life's terms. With out it, there is no Matt Duffin. The shell left of myself would roll, crack and break on a constant basis. With Coping Skills, we learn to make good of the bad, and make the bad go away.
Coping, with a TBI. Its out of this world, sometimes a delayed flight life can be but we learn to standon solid ground. Little League World Series ended today with Japan on top, but over 40,000 fans in person and most of the world on TV watched the game live. Baseball is the one who won. Also, 'When a Legend Changes Uniforms' and the NEW $10 bill prospects. Also, at Midnight Eastern, or 6 A.M. South African time, our SA Correspondent Miss Gina Gee is give an update on life as a TBI Survivor not-so 'Out of Africa'...
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