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Is America A Nation Of Grievers?

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Is America a nation of grievers?
In the past few months America has been through hurricanes, wildfires, the worst mass shooting in history, and an unprecedented revelation of sex abuse in Hollywood.
 
Why is this happening and why have we become a nation who is constantly saying “thoughts & prayers”
 
Our featured guest today is Paula Shaw CADC, DCEP is a Grief and Trauma Specialist, Keynote Speaker, and Author. She is also a leader in the field of Energy Psychology for years. Paula has also been on the Board of Directors for the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology for the past three years
 
LINK: http://www.paulashaw.com/           
  
Paula you say that grief isn’t an emotion. Can you please elaborate on this?
 
People handle grief in a number of ways. What do you think are the most  constructive ways of handling grief and why?
 
Do you think that using alcohol or drugs in a limited capacity can actually be a good thing if they ultimately prevent you from having a meltdown to due to being overwhelmed with emotion?
 
What are some of the ways that at person can help another who is grieving?
 
 
 

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