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God, in His great love for us, has revealed answers to some of the greatest questions we face: What is life? What is death? What happens after death? We can find great comfort in the knowledge that God has a plan for all of mankind and that death is a temporary separation. We will be reunited with our loved ones through the resurrections God has promised. Ultimately this understanding can help us better cope with a loss caused by death. Yet we cannot deny or diminish the feeling of loss created by death. We still sorrow and grieve. How can we deal with our grief? And how can we encourage others who are grieving? Grief is a deeply personal and traumatic experience. In dealing with grief, you may find it helpful to understand the grieving process. Writers
on the subject have identified several stages of grief, including denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. We will briefly examine each stage to help you understand grief and be prepared to deal with death. But bear in mind that a person in mourning may not experience these stages sequentially. No timetable for working one’s way through grief exists. Someone may feel several of the stages described here but not others.
Welcome to another broadcast of "Chat With Kat!" Join us and hear as begin an introduction to Dealing With Grief!
We all experience moments in life that hurt and can take a toll on us at many different levels. Today we take some time to briefly overview some of the steps we can take to dealing with grief and starting a healing process. We will have future programs where we will share examples and ways of moving through moments of hurt. Please continue this conversation with us by sharing what you may be struggling with.
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Join The Healing Place with your host Nikhol Jackson and Dr Stephen Mathis for an in depth conversation on Life After Death, Dealing with Grief. Nikhol and Dr Mathis will cover the verious ways people handle grief and ways to get your life back in order after the death of a love one.
Death. The great enemy. Fear, anger, pain, sorrow, grief are just a few of the emotions that rock our world as we face the enemy. But in His great love the One True and Living God does not intend for us to be without HOPE. And there is hope even in the face of death. Join us today as we walk through the valley of death and find hope for living and dying. This is a show you need to hear. Please contact us with comments or questions at email@example.com. Thank you for joining us.
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.
Deb DeRousse and Debbie Marcum are the hosts of Mystical Awakenings Radio.
Both ladies have worked in the paranormal field for several years and are Spiritual Mediums with a passion to help those who are dealing with grief. They also work together with the missing, advocate spirituality, and are public speakers.
There are many myths about how one is "supposed" to deal with the loss of a loved one, but what are the truths? Is there really a wrong way to grieve? Is it normal to be angry? Will you feel your loved one near you? Can those who have crossed over give you signs that they are near? What about our pets, can they stay with us in spirit? These questions, and more, will be answered tonight.
Phone lines will be open for those of you who want to make contact with a loved one on the other side.
In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life. It goes on.
The place of grief is a lonely place. Whether you are married or suffer lost of a love one, grief is a part of the human condition. My guest is Dr. Willie Rivers will discuss grief and dying. I have been in conferences with him on grief and how to cope. He has several relevant points that may help a person through one of the most difficult time in their life. Join the Power of your Destiny Broadcast on Dealing with Grief.
Below are some of the most frequent questions we get at www.deathofmypet.com We will go over the answers to these questions about pet loss and how it affects those of us who are are suffering.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT PET LOSS
& THE GRIEF OF LOSING A BEST FRIEND.
How is it possible that I am sadder with the loss of my dog than with the loss of close family members?
For many people the love and companionship of a pet may be the only or certainly the strongest bond of unconditional love they have experienced. It is also possible, like many of my clients, which you have been strong and practical while caring for ailing parents or friends. But suddenly, your best friend and closest companion is dying and it is the last straw on a pile of buried emotions. It may be that your pet was your “safe place to go and soft spot to land.”
2. I feel like I am going crazy. Am I ever going to feel normal again?
Yes, you will feel emotionally better but different than before. You will eventually remember and rejoice in the many happy times you had with your pet. You will be able to reflect on the many life lessons you shared.
3. How long will I grieve my pet?
All of our emotions are individual. When we love deeply, we grieve deeply. Grief coaches often say that it takes about a year before your loss is the first thing you think of in the morning and the last thing you think about at night.
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Our topic today... Remembering My Father with Gratitude & Tips for Dealing With Grief during the Holiday Season.
4 Years ago on this date, The Perez Sisters NYC said goodbye to their daddy, Angel Perez. Join us on Cafecito Break as Rosangel shares some stories in memory of her father, as well as some tips for managing grief during the Holiday Season.
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Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with mother, widow and author Kristi Smith as she shares the story of suddenly losing her husband at the age of 48. Through her grieving process she found that she needed a “how to” book to help her navigate this loss. This led to her writing the book DREAM…a guide to grieving gracefully. Through Kristi’s experience she found there are keys to unlocking the doors that will help you to keep moving through the grief process and to heal. Mandy and Kristi discuss the “5 Keys to Unlock the Grip of Grief” which are the valuable lessons included in Kristi’s book that can help you in finding hope
Kristi Smith combines 30 years of ministry with a BS in Psychology, so she comes from a solid place of experience and knowledge. She is not shy about sharing poignant words that she knows will help grievers process the pain. She has compiled the 5 most profound lessons in her book, DREAM…a guide to grieving gracefully. You can find her at www.kristismithdreambook.com.
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