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Join "COACHING CONVERSATIONS" this Thursday August 14th @ 9pm as Life Coach Shawn Marie Cichowski and Creative Dream Builder Coach August Schilz will share their experiences of moving and accepting transition after the loss of a loved one. August will talk about his grieving process after losing his son unexpectantly and Shawn will tell about her transformation from grief to inspiration after losing her mother to pancreatic cancer. Please join the conversation at 657-383-1996.
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On This Week's Show: Grieving
This week we will talk about grief in its many forms - through death, job or relationship loss, the loss of a vision or a dream you have for your life.
Call in and ask the questions that are on your mind.
It's Good to Talk.
We have heard it said or even said it ourselves, "don't grieve the Spirit". In this episode Pastor Sean looks at what "grieving" the Spirit is and how it is done. Pastor will give examples of the character and nature of the Spirit to expalin just how He is grieved by christians going against His nature and character.
We never forget our beloved pets, no matter how long it has been since they departed. The holiday season is traditionally a time of anticipation, excitement and celebration, but the mere thought, or prospect, of not having your pet with you can lead to trepidation and anxiety. On this episode you'll hear Sid Korpi, author of the book Good Grief, Finding Peace after Pet Loss discuss how to cope with your pet grief. As always, you will hear from our animal guest, as well as tips and ideas on how you can communicate with animals!
If you are grieving your pet over the holidays, register NOW for our Grieving Your Pet Over the Holidays TeleConference to receive the Early Bird Special. It’s time to commemorate your beloved pet, honor your own grief and begin your journey of healing and integration.
This show is brought to you in part by our sponsors Nurturing Life Hypnotherapy, Animal History Museum, Cedar Breeze Consultants,Simply Numbers - Not Just Another Bean Counter, Flowering Hills Flower Essences and Ame Jo Huges, Intuitive Artist. Find out how you can become a sponsor.
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Author, Speaker, Executive, Former Pastor, Anthony DeFelicis will be speaking on the grief process and how to get through it while he is still grieving his beloved mom's very recent passing. Anthony is currently authoring two books: “Never Give Up – Light between a Rock and a Hard Place” and “Rite of Passage – Celebrating our Young Men and Women into Adulthood.” He also sells anti-aging skin care products and teaches Tone-Bo Aerobic Kickboxing and Self-Defense classes. In addition, Anthony officiates weddings, funerals and memorial services.
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, 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, A Guide to Avoiding Burnout. It is designed to teach caregivers who are taking care of their loved ones (due to an illness or disability) how to take care of themselves FIRST. If they don't learn this, they will likely suffer burnout and become as helpless as the person they are caring for. Tune in every Wednesday at noon, PST, (Re-Broadcast Saturdays at 3:30pm PST) for interviews with experts in the caregiving field, as they discuss topics of great interest to caregivers, which will help them avoid burnout. www.DaveTheCaregiversCaregiver.com
Tonight Host Pamela Marie Edmunds welcomes to the show Author Kelly Farley. They will be discussing Kelly's book, "Grieving Dads; To the Brink & Back."
More About Kelly Farley;
Kelly Farley was caught up in the rat race of life when he experienced the loss of two babies over an 18-month period. He lost his daughter, Katie, in 2004, and son, Noah, in 2006. Like many men, during these losses and the years that followed, he felt like he was the only dad that had ever experienced such a loss. Kelly spent several years trying to put his life back together. He realized during his journey that society, for the most part, doesn’t feel comfortable with an openly grieving male. That realization inspired him to start the Grieving Dads Project and to write his book Grieving Dads: To the Brink and Back. Kelly has a passion for helping people “pick up the pieces” after a profound life event. He presents workshops and works as a personal recovery coach as a way to help people put their life back together. Kelly commits his time to connecting with and advocating for bereaved parents.
This unexpected .. unchartered territory that my soul is travelling and the living breathing expression of the grief I experience at the most bizare and uncontrolled times ...
and what excactly am I grieving ... if my belief is that nothing ever truly dies just changes from ..one form of beautiful energy into another ... !!?????
"Grief is the purest unadultarated form of love ...grieving maybe the most spiriutal thing anyone of us will ever do ... Dr Kelly Flannigan ..
Today, I decided that one of the most helpful things for someone who is grieving is to share something that encourages and inspires. With that in mind I will share a very inspirational ebook which I found. It is taken from the self growth website and is called: 501 Inspirational Quotes of all times and is written by David Riklan. I believe that no matter where you are in your journey or what your circumstance or situation is, you will find at least one quote that will cause you to stop, pause and perhaps smile. Again, know that you are not alone in this journey. You matter. Be an inspiration for someone else.
Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio & Abuse Recovery is happy to welcome you to Survivors World.
Join us for SURVIVORS WORLD (9:00 p.m. EST) as we discuss "Grieving: The abuse is real and the losses are real." We, as survivors, come together to aid and assist other survivors as we address the many, many, life-altering, long-lasting, and debilitating effects and scars left to deal with after the abuse is over. You may be asking yourself questions, such as:
* What losses are we talking about?
* Do you find yourself wondering if you are grieving or depressed?
* Do you find yourself crying uncontrollably at times?
* How do seek comfort?
* Have you allowed yourself to grieve?
* Would you tell someone to "get over it" for the loss of their loved one(s)?
* Will the grieving ever end?
To answer these questions and more, everyone is invited to participate as Faith McDaniel, incest survivor-to-thriver and advocate, delves into the losses created by the abuse, which are never to be recaptured.
Join us in the chat room as other Butterfly Helpers, survivors, and supporters gather, share, and heal together. Feeling vocal? You are invited to call in at 347-215-7754 as we discuss Grieving: The abuse is real and the losses are real.
Call us or share in the chat room! Alone we are a whisper. Together we can ROAR!
Today, April 30, 2014, marks the last day of Abuse Prevention and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, but it does not end the need to continually reach out and raise awareness by sharing and educating.
We are connecting hearts and holding hands around the world to build a better world tomorrow. Not a professional psychological or therapeutic program. Please contact to connect with a local resource of help in your area.
Is Midlife Crisis something everyone faces or is it a myth? Have you experienced a Midlife crisis yourself or fear of getting old? Have you or a loved one experienced a loss and are having trouble grieving or in fear of losing someone and fear of facing the loss? Americans aren't known to speak aloud about midlife changes let alone death. Many may see you trying to get back to business as usual when your still dying on the inside because they may think its just time to move on. You may be masking the pain through depression, alcohol or drugs. Whatever it may be it needs to be dealt with. Please join me, Rita Hodges and my special guest speaker Professor William Cameron as we take you through the steps of these horrific life experiences. Just know that you are not alone and that there are people who understand, care and know what you are going through and we are here to help guide you through your process. So tune in Jan 24th at 7pm CT at www.blogtalkradio.com/ritahodges or call in live to my studio at 646-929-0421 for our featured show here at Blog Talk Radio on The Serenity Show.