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It's Thanksgiving week and as fun holidays approach, we want to remind you: smiling is okay. Laughing is okay. Crying is okay. In this episode we talk about feeling happiness while you're dealing with grief - it's okay to smile!Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. This month, join us in reading "The Happiness Advantage: How a Positive Brain Fuels Success in Work and Life" by Shawn Achor. Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on Facebook and Instagram too!
In this week's episode, Billy talks to Jason Clawson. In 2018, Jason's life was flipped upside down after his wife Valerie was diagnosed with stage 4 Colon Cancer. He is here today to share his story of how the loss of his wife rocked his world, but he is also here to share the steps he's taken to heal and find love again.Billy and Jason discuss: –He and his wife's relationship prior to, during, and after her colon cancer diagnosis–What a “support vacuum” is–How a 5K marathon became a cathartic moment for Jason–Processing trauma and grief through service and the story behind Giving Sunshine –His sons' involvement in meeting his new wife–An unexpected surprise for his family Want more from Jason Clawson? Instagram, Facebook and LinkedInIf you liked this episode, check out these episodes as well:–Episode 11--Two Brothers Share How Talking about Depression Has Improved Their Relationship–Episode 22--How to Normalize and Prioritize Mental Health Conversations with Our Children with Tandra Rutledge from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention–Episode 45--Confronting Mortality with Cancer Survivor Joy Huber–Episode 46--The Trail to Recovery and Redemption with Michael Mosher–Episode 47--The Human Healing Project with Marie Nutter–Episode 72--Acts of Service As Self-Love with Dr. Lina HajiAll of our episodes are available at www.mindfulmidlifecrisis.comIf this episode resonates with you, please share it with your family and friends.Sign up for our newsletter! We send out new guided meditations each Sunday!Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Topics? Email Billy at email@example.com.Follow us!Instagram: @mindful_midlife_crisisTwitter: @mindfulmidlifeFacebook: The Mindful Midlife Crisis PodcastLinkedIn: Billy LahrPlease leave us a 5-Star Review! Doing so helps other people looking for a podcast like ours find it!We hope you enjoy this week's episode! If you're really feeling gracious, you can make a donation to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MMCpodcast. Your donations will be used to cover all of our production costs. Thank you so much! Support the show
Christina and Meghan think back to those early days of loss and share the things they bought to make life a little easier without their husbands. It's worth spending a few bucks on Amazon to get a jar opener!Links from this episode:Chicken Feeders - https://amzn.to/3Ae3FC8 RoboTwist - https://amzn.to/3g74BBG Step ladder - https://amzn.to/3O5PbtQ Grabber - https://amzn.to/3hJKGZO Kasa smart plugs - https://amzn.to/3TBilCn Jar opener multitool - https://amzn.to/3X3fPaT Dry erase board - https://amzn.to/3X3FVufFull Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. This month, join us in reading "The Happiness Advantage: How a Positive Brain Fuels Success in Work and Life" by Shawn Achor. Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on Facebook and Instagram too!
The Hot Widows Club Podcast chronicles Crystal & Allie's grief journey, navigating a life they didn't choose. Widows who are tired as hell from raising kids, wiping asses, making decisions & being both parents; if you know, you know. Speaking freely about why being a widow sucks, they are simply pining for the love of their lives to come through the door one more time. Madly in love with their dead husbands, the duo fills the conversation with humor, life lessons, & a path forward. Yes, they're smoking hot, yes, this is funny, yes, they swear, & yes, they're sadder than you could imagine. In this episode, The Hot Widows welcome Joe, their first Hot Widower to the show! Joe talks about his grief journey and the strides he's made after losing his wife Randi 15 years ago. Follow us on Instagram (@hotwidowsclubpodcast) and Facebook.
Yesterday Kate soared on Matcha while Jacqueline threw her book. When will she learn things are real? A stool test is on the horizon. Tropes we cannot escape. Is matcha the answer again? We find out that “Jackie” takes the cup home. It was glucose the whole time. Kate wants a juicer. Jacqueline has a theory about Jewel and Little Women. Widowers and cryo-bins. Never speak to a woman about her art. Unsolved Mysteries. . . . This episode was edited by Allie Graham.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In September 2012, Harold Henthorn surprises his wife Toni with a hiking trip in the Rocky Mountain National Park for their 12th wedding anniversary. But hours into the hike, he calls 911 to report that Toni has fallen off a cliff. An investigation into Harold Henthorn begins and the FBI is immediately suspicious of him. Shortly after, an anonymous tip came into a Colorado new station that urged a closer look at how Harolds first wife mysteriously died... YOUTUBE For all business inquires - contact firstname.lastname@example.org Want this episode AD FREE & support Avery After Dark? Join the PATREON Make sure you are following along for all the latest! TIKTOK INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK
Episode 35. Michelle in CaliforniaIn this episode, I will be talking with Michelle in California. Michelle lost her husband, Thor, on September 2, 2021. Thor was very proud of his Norwegian heritage, and they both loved Marvel movies. Michelle describes him as the strongest and silliest person she knew. Michelle talks about how she and Thor met, which is such a beautiful story and she also mentions the Facebook Widows group and the Soaring Spirits Widows group. Here are those links: Soaring Spirits Camp Widow The Young Widows and Widowers of COVID-19 Facebook groupFor context on this interview and the ever-changing pandemic, we recorded this episode on June 29, 2022.Support the showIf you've lost a loved one to COVID and would like to share your story on the show, please send me an email. My email address is email@example.com. Or go to the website forthosewelostpodcast.com and click on contact button and you can reach me that way as well.This show won't ever have a paid members area or episodes you have to pay to listen to, but there are expenses with hosting a podcast. If you would like to help, please support the show.All episodes are written and produced by me and all music is used under the protection of fair use. Our social media accounts can be found at:Instagram Twitter FacebookYouTube (work in progress for the captions)Until next time!Long Road Ahead by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.
Sissi's husband Mark took his own life in May 2020, just 2 months after Sissi lost her mom to cancer. Sissi had to manage her compound grief plus raise her two young daughters on her own. Sissi and I talk about: ~ the guilt she felt after her husband's suicide ~ How you can allow grief to be your only story...or not! ~ how becoming a certified conscious parent taught her to hold space for her kids and their pain ~ How you can practice conscious grieving by doing the work. She recommends exercise, journaling, and meditation! ~ How recognizes what it is exactly that we're grieving can help us heal! ~ how she became a grief educator and now does coaching to help other widows! You can work with Sissi at https://www.sissibcoaching.com Love this episode? Please share it with a friend and tell them about our free Facebook community at Widow 180 Community with Jen Zwinck! Need extra help this holiday season? Download the Widow's Holiday Guidebook today! Go to https://www.widow180.com/books Also, I encourage everyone to join the WidowSquad community to "do the grief work"! We provide resources, widow workshops, weekly meetings, group coaching all to help you heal through grief and not have to do it alone! Join us at https://widowsquad.com
Learn what widowers are talking about and what advice our nearly 2,000 widowed members provide each other. Sit back and enjoy listening to your host, Herb Knoll, as he presents the 35th Widower's Journey Podcast, Widowers Ask – Widowers Answer, Vol 7. Learn as Herb shares some of the more insightful discussions straight from the Widower's Support Network - Members Only Facebook private page established exclusively for men. Topics discussed include: when your deceased wife's family goes behind your back to influence your son or how you seemingly were abandoned by your friends and family following your wife's passing. Hear the advice provided to a widower re-energized after experiencing intimacy with an old girlfriend or listen as a widower asks what to do when his new love interest has the same first name as his deceased wife, and much, much more.
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Both Meghan and Christina have been through several holidays seasons after losing their husbands, and one thing they agree on is that the first one is definitely going to suck. Listen to this episode for some helpful tips about how to get through it, some encouragement, and some silly stories. We're happy you're here, but we hate how you got here!Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. This month, join us in reading "The Happiness Advantage: How a Positive Brain Fuels Success in Work and Life" by Shawn Achor. Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on Facebook and Instagram too!
Today, Trish and Lori take some deep breaths sharing all the life work that's coming up: solo-parenting teenagers, creating positive habits, building awareness, facing emotions, and reaching toward goals. All of this with the added layer grief.The women work through these real life scenarios using inquiry, reflection, reframing, asking for help, check-ins, and lots of deep breath resets.It's complicated. It's real. It's what happens when two women get vulnerable while embracing grief.life Enjoying our podcast? Please leave a five star review :)To connect with us email: firstname.lastname@example.org visit our website: https://www.embracinggrief.life/FOLLOW USIG: @embracinggrief.lifeFB: Embracing Grief.Life
Amanda's husband Brian was diagnosed with bulbar ALS and passed away just 3 months later. Amanda has been picking up the pieces of their broken life since losing him in September 2020. But, she is determined to live a life honoring Brian by serving others and turning her pain into purpose. Amanda and I chat about: ~ Saying the right things to your small kiddos when it comes to the subject of death and dying ~ how it's never too late to get help/therapy for moving through grief ~ how sitting with your grief ultimately heals you ~ how surrendering to uncertainty feels freeing! ~ how life can lead you back to unexpected love again! ~ how we can carry our loved ones with us into this next chapter! You can find more info at www.griefshare.org and www.neveralonewidows.com Get in on our awesome WidowSquad community!! We're just getting started!! We have so many cool things lined up...amazing guest speakers, workshops, a book club, plans for a WidowSquad retreat in 2023! This is the place to be for friendship, resources, fun, laughs, all of it! Grab a glass of wine and hang out with us every week! Join us at https://widowsquad.com
This month for the Full Book Cup Club Christina and Meghan read "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant. In this episode we talk about what's great and what's lacking in the book, with a few stories in between, as usual. We hope you find these discussions helpful!Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. This month, join us in reading "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant.Next month, we'll be reading "The Happiness Advantage: How a Positive Brain Fuels Success in Work and Life" by Shawn Achor. Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on Facebook and Instagram too!
One of the greatest things you can do to support a person who has lost someone is to continue talking with them about their loved one. Christina and Meghan answer a question submitted by a listener and talk about the importance of continuing to talk about the people who have passed to keep their memory alive - say their name.Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. This month, join us in reading "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant.Support the showIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)Find us on Facebook and Instagram too!
We are so excited to share our first podcast interview, and it's with an amazing human. Reid Peterson achieved Master's degree in Transpersonal Psychology. And is certified in Death and Grief studies by the Center for Loss and Life Transition.After losing his biological father to suicide in 2006 and his stepfather to cancer in 2016, Reid felt a calling to help the grieving find peace and purpose after loss. The Grief Refuge App was born. It can be best described as a compassionate companion for your grief journey. We were really impressed with the tools that we found on the Grief Refuge app and have enjoyed the content that Reid puts out on IG. Learn more or Connect with Reid Website: https://www.griefrefuge.com/ Podcast: Grief Refuge Instagram: @GriefRefugeAppGrief Refuge App: https://www.griefrefuge.com/appEnjoying our podcast? Please leave a five star review :)To connect with us email: email@example.com visit our website: https://www.embracinggrief.life/
What happens if we do not talk about death? In this episode of season 2 of The Darker Sides of Life Kamilla is answering this question sent in by a listener and sharing insights about how silence is the worst.GET YOUR TICKET TO THE LIVE SESSION ON NOV 4 HERE: https://www.hexekami.com/shopLike this podcast? Share it with your friends, subscribe and let me know!Want to donate and support me? Here is my Ko-Fi: ko-fi.com/thedarkersidesoflifeMail me: TheDarkerSidesOfLife@gmail.comFollow the official podcast Instagram: @thedarkersidesoflifeThank you so much!Medical Disclaimer: I am not a healthcare professional. This podcast is created to share experiences from one human to others. This podcast cannot replace any medication or professional treatment. If you have any mental health conditions please consult your health-care provider.Music: ItsWatrSupport the showGET YOUR TICKET TO THE LIVE SESSION ON NOV 4 HERE: https://www.hexekami.com/product-page/ticket-to-live-event-nov-4-2022
Hands down, the NUMBER 1 side effect of grief is LONELINESS! This is why we wanted to talk to you guys about it! So, I've collaborated with Kim Murray of Widow 411 and Melissa Pierce of Filled With Gold for a presentation called Kicking Loneliness To The Curb! It happens LIVE tonight October 12, 2022 at 7PM EST! Sign up here: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/633de8706028d4d1c71edd94 See you tonight!
Lindsey's husband Ronnie had been suffering mental illness and battling depression for years. On February 13, 2020, he took his own life. Lindsey and I talk about: ~ How Lindsey tried everything she could to help Ronnie. ~ How having important conversations around mental illness is crucial. ~ How she reached a turning point and realized that nothing she said or did made any difference with the outcome. ~ How she had a sense of relief after he had passed, knowing he was at peace. ~ How the term "Suicide Prevention" kinda makes her cringe! ~ How she has formed lasting connections through and organization called Never Alone Widows! You can find them on Instagram at @NeverAloneWidows Also, be sure to join our LIVE FREE Zoom meet-up on Wednesday October 12, 2022 at 7pm EST called "Kick Loneliness To The Curb"! Sign up at : https://www.widow180.com/lonely See you on Wednesday!
A while back we asked you to DM or email us stories of things people said to you after your person died, and now we have compiled them into this episode. Christina and Meghan share a few of their own stories too - this episode is a lesson in what NOT to say to someone who is grieving. Do you have a story to tell? Email us or DM us on Facebook or Instagram!Full Book Cup Club Book of the Month:Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. This month, join us in reading "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant.If you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)We want to hear your stories! Email us or DM us on Facebook or Instagram. Support the show
In hour 3, Chris talks about Alec Baldwin settling with the family of the woman he killed, and how he made the Widower an EP on the movie, which they apparently want to finish! Also, more on Tony B and Tucker, and OPEC plus cuts 2 million barrels per day! For more coverage on the issues that matter to you download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday.To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Your voice is your story and you have a story to tell! Telling our stories transforms our lives! Here are 10 reasons why every widow should write and journal after losing their spouse! Join our 4 week Rediscovery Through Writing! Creative Grief Writing Program for widows starting October 3 2022! Get more info and sign up here: https://www.widow180.com/rediscovery For questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, Eleanor and Litsa talk about a question that has created some disagreement on social media recently: do we 'recover' from grief? Our book is available anywhere you buy books: Amazon Barnes & Noble Bookshop Books A Million Indiebound Hudson Booksellers Powell's Target To join the WYG member community, where we have tons of grief education, support, connection, a book club, and where you can watch the live stream of us recording and chat along - https://whats-your-grief-community.circle.so/ As always, follow us on social Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest TikTok
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Hips Don't Lie TakeawaysAllowing the presence of enjoyment without letting fear take overTrish's and Hip Pain- Can't go on like normal; breaking up big tasks intoResource: Louise Hay Heal Your Body Prioritizing social and relationship connections over fear and shameJournal Prompt: What CAN I do? How CAN I? These small things are wins! Grieving takes practice. When we repress our grief, emotions, stresses, and traumas, our body takes on all that we 'push away'. Trish and Lori speak to moving through the emotions of grief and the importance of release. Given Trish's significant trauma and grief, it's interesting to read about the scientific research about how emotional trauma is connected to the hips.To learn more about the scientific relevance and research in the connection between stored stress, anxiety, and trauma and the body, read Why We Hold Trauma in Our Hips—And 4 Ways To Release It . For a more robust, somatic yoga sequence, try Hips: Releasing Stored Trauma | Trauma Informed Yoga Instructor, Hannah Uiri
n 2020, David Schneider, Church News chief copy editor and print production manager, began work with the Church News after working for Deseret News for 40 years in various writing and editing roles. Just as he was moving to a new job, he lost his wife, Carma, to cancer and a heart condition, leaving him as a single father to five children. This episode of the Church News podcast features his experiences navigating trials and change. He shares his decision to focus on the little miracles that reveal God knows and loves His children. Schneider talks about his work in the changing industry of journalism, his marriage and family — including the adoption of four children — the loss of his wife, parenting an adult daughter with special needs and how the gospel of Jesus Christ has helped him move forward despite complex life changes. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Debbie lost her husband George after a 4 year battle with cancer. Debbie found herself isolated and lonely and trying to create a new life that made her feel confident and proud of the person she was becoming. In today's episode, Debbie and I chat about: ~ how she tackled the first few months after losing George ~How joining groups and meet-ups opened up new and lasting friendships for her. ~ How taking baby steps into a new, uncertain life is important not to get overwhelmed ~How writing became a key piece in her healing ~ How she decided to go back to school to get her Master's Degree! ~ How dating has it's challenges in the modern world! ~ How creating a space of her own and moving into her new home has transformed her! Debbie's new book is called "Available As Is: A Midlife Widow's Search For Love" and it's out now! Get your copy here at https://www.widow180.com/products You can find Debbie at debbieweissauthor on IG Also on Facebook at Debbie Weiss Don't forget to sign up today to join our Rediscovery Through Writing: A Creative Grief Writing Program for Widows! We start next Monday October 3 at 7:30pm EST! We meet for 4 weeks of live Zoom calls in a group setting to journal, write, create, and reconnect with your authentic self! Sign up here: https://www.widow180.com/rediscovery
We've come to find out if 2018's Between Worlds is worthy of high praise. In our shortest Nic Cage episode to date, Captain Nostalgia and VHZest dissect the strange fantasy world of this direct to video Cage film. Find out if this strange little movie is worthy of high praise as we navigate through the worlds of sci-fi, grief and more!If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, addiction, or self-harm - please reach out. Comment, message, or tweet at us. Go to victimsandvillains.net/hope for more resources. Call the suicide lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Text "HELP" to 741-741. There is hope & you DO have so much value and worth!That's High Praise: A Nicolas Cage Podcast is a production of Victims and Villains is written by Josh “Captain Nostalgia” Burkey (& produced by) and Micah "V.H.Zest" Kimber. Music by Mallory Jameson (https://bit.ly/expandmal) and Purple Planet (https://bit.ly/ppcoms). You can now support us on Patreon. Help us get mental health resources into schools and get exclusive content at the same time. Click here (http://bit.ly/vavpatreon) to support us today!
You need to hear this powerful story from a man who lost his wife to suicide more than a decade ago, a day that still haunts him. He now is spreading kindness and his passion for cycling around Georgia and beyond. He also finds symbolism for life in the extreme sports he jumps into. make sure to subscribe to the "Run The Race" podcast. (4:15) Bike shop owner Jason McKenzie - who's been in charge of "Ride on Bikes" in Columbus GA since 2009 - is a motivated man. In fact, right now, he's in the middle of the "75 Hard" challenge, so here's what he's doing daily until mid-November: https://andyfrisella.com/pages/75hard-info. We talk about that and how he wakes up at 5am to work out and finds balance as a busy business owner. (9:31) Jason tells his love story with Natalie. Earlier this week would've been their 12th wedding anniversary, then (13:25) he is vulnerable in talking about her taking her own life nearly 11 years ago...from his last encounter with her...to a frantic car ride back home...to being a suspect....and coping with the loss a decade later. Jason know he can't go back and fix it, be wants to do better now. (23:08) After his wife's suicide, Jason was mad at God, couldn't be in church anymore, but had an important chat with a pastor who gave him permission to go to God in anger. This bike shop owner says we need to be more open about suicide, forgive ourselves, and be kind to others! That's his main message in a viral video he put out, telling the story of his tragic loss: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQh27SVzDVI. Jason tells an inspiring story for the first time about a friend and business party that stole a lot of money from him, then how a fight turned into a hug, thanks to a vision involved his wife who was gone. It's about giving grace to yourself and others, a Christian principle. (32:08) His love for dirt bikes started at an early age, and since then, he's added skydiving, motorcycles, flying planes, motorbike races. He said the key to these extreme sports is you have to be ALL IN or it's dangerous, so in the now and hyper focused you're not thinking about anything else. Jason, who now realizes depression is real, also talks about how exercise can improve your mental health. His true passion is helping people with their cycling needs, whether they're new on a bike or very experienced. And there are a lot of different kinds of bikes. His shop rents, sells, services them. (41:40) Serving the community is also a priority, as Jason gives a lot to charity and builds special needs bikes. They see the bike shop as a vehicle for changing lives. (47:01) Speaking of sports, Jason ran his first full ironman in 2015, thanks to losing a bet. He argues anyone can do an Ironman, if it's an important enough goal to you. (51:41) Our chat closes with what you can do to help prevent suicides, because he had no warning with Natalie, Jason, who's now on the board for "Love Like Lexi" in East Alabama, says we all have negative thoughts and we all need to work on ourselves. (59:21) "Food for Thought" is about the health benefits of cycling. My "Parting Gift" is a lesson on kindness from the Bible, then my closing Prayer. Thanks for listening to the #RunTheRace podcast! Also, write a quick review about it, on Apple podcasts. For more info, go to www.wtvm.com/podcast/.
Christina chats with Brandi, a stepmom who fell in love with a man who experienced great loss and stepped in to care for their children. At 26, she is raising two kids full-time and shares her story of finding balance, identifying her role and doing a lot of growing up, really quickly. Brandi chats insecurity, talking to the kids about their mother who's passed and how she finds time for romance. Listen in! About My Guest: Brandi is a 26 year old full time step mom to 2 children, ages 4 and 6, and is newly married to her husband Corey. Besides being a blessed step mother, Brandi loves to spend her free time at Hobby Lobby and making memorial jewelry for those who have lost loved ones. So much more than a podcast!!! @radicalstepmomspodcast Want to schedule a 1:1 session or become a Radical Member? Head to my website! www.radicalstepmomspodcast.com **This episode is sponsored by StepMom Magazine. Use discount code: Radical20 to save 20% ** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radicalstepmoms/message
Are you being nice to yourself? Are you treating yourself the same way you would treat your best friend if she were in your situation? As widows, we put so much pressure on oursleves to have all of the answers right away after we lose our spouse. We are thrown into a new life of unwanted change and we expect ourselves to know exactly what to do. And then we berate ourselves when we don't have the answers! In this episode, we are using references from self-compassion expert, Kristin Neff, on how we can be kinder to ourselves. She talks about 3 components to self-compassion that we can incorporate into our lives when feeling times of stress. You can find more info on Kristen Neff at: www.selfcompassion.org Also, doors are open now for our NEW program, Rediscovery Through Writing! A Creative Grief Writing Program For Widows. We're starting Monday October 3 at 7:30pm EST. This is 4 weeks of live Zoom calls with group coaching, creative writing, exercises, guided journaling, poetry to help you work through the grief and discover who you are again! Get more info and sign up at https://www.widow180.com/rediscovery Email me if you have anyquestions or comments at email@example.com Like the podcast? Become a sponsor for as little as $3 to keep the podcast going! Go to https://www.patreon.com/widow180
We have a new series for the good people of Rob is Right. We will be going through all of the wildest woke stories this week: A DOD Employee, a Widower, Jimmy Kimmel, Video Game Journalism, and Velma. Buckle up Folks! WE POST DAILY! If you don't see us, check our other socials. If you got a favorite, we are most likely on it! Our Link Tree has all of our Socials! - https://allmylinks.com/robisright
Grief comes in many forms and for many reasons. This week Trish discusses what' surfacing in regards to her upcoming hip surgery. She talks about how she's approaching her ever growing to-do list as her mobility has decreased, and she shares a story about purchasing a cane for walking assistance.Both women discuss the connection between the body, trauma, stress, and emotions- especially in relation to the hips.Lori and Trish share the effects of their growing work in gratitude and their growth in showing up for connections without self-judgement. As always, there's solo-parenting escapades, lots of love, and lots of laughs. Looking to connect with the Embracing Grief podcast? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgDid you enjoy this episode? Be sure to give us a 5 star rating! Write a review stating what you enjoy most about this podcast!
Christina and Meghan share ways they have memorialized the people they have lost, and some new ideas they have picked up along this adventure. Plus, Meghan learns something shocking about Christina!Full Cup Book Club!Each month we will choose a new book to read together as a community. Join us for the very first book of the month, The Hot Young Widows Club by Nora McInerny.Links from this episodeTiny Keepsake Urns: https://amzn.to/3S3xN9SSimple Urn Pendant Necklace: https://amzn.to/3xn9NquRings of Loved Ones on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RingsOfLovedOnesCustom illustrated artwork: https://nerkyart.comIf you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)We want to hear your stories! Email us or DM us on Facebook or Instagram. Support the show
Do you ever notice sequences of numbers that keep appearing for you? Maybe you see 4:44 on the clock all the time. Or maybe you see 444 on the license plate in front of you. These are called angel numbers, messages of support from our loved ones! Do you ever get signs from your loved ones? Maybe you keep seeing cardinals outside your window. Or butterflies. Or rainbows. They are still with us! They are always sending us these little signals that they are here and supporting us! Join me today as I talk to Kim Murray, blogger and widow, about these incredible signs from our loved ones! Kim has also created a new course called "The Ultimate Survival Guide For Widows" to help with the practical business of post-loss tasks that can be very confusing! Take a look and get more details about the guide here: The Ultimate Survival Guide For Widows You can also get more details at https://www.widow180.com/products Check out Kim's blog post about signs from loved ones: https://widow411.com/the-secret-to-finally-seeing-signs-from-your-dead-spouse/ Do you see angel numbers or signs? Tell me all about it! Email me at email@example.com Or join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312036956454927
Widowhood, caregiving, and the messiness of grief are just some of the topics we're talking about with guest John Polo. According to his website, johnpolocoaching.com, “John is a coach, author, and speaker. In January of 2016, John became a widower after his amazing wife, Michelle, died of cancer. From the rubble of everything that he once knew, consumed by desperation and despair, John held on long enough until he found his hope. And he slowly rebuilt. Today John helps others through his social media, books, coaching, workshops, speeches, and podcasts. From grief to dating, self-growth, and everything in between, John offers a style of coaching that is not only effective but also very personal and unique. John is the author of three books, host of two podcasts, and has worked with clients on over 4,000 coaching sessions.” John's experience has given him wisdom, insight, and empathy into the grief experience. Learn more about John Polo's coaching services by clicking here. Listen to John's podcast “gonna love me 2” here. Check out John's other podcast “my person died too” here. Find information about John's groups and courses here. Interested in purchasing a GrandPad for a loved one? Click here! Get information about GrandPad purchases for your facility or agency here. Find more podcast episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: https://theheartofhospice.libsyn.com/ Connect with podcast host Helen Bauer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more information about hospice philosophy, end-of-life care, and self-care for both personal and professional caregivers here.
In this episode, Christina and Meghan talk about celebrating anniversaries and big events after loss. Specifically, Christina just endured what would have been her 25th wedding anniversary with her late husband, Michael. These two widows talk about things you can do as a friend or supporter of someone who is grieving, as well as ideas for how to celebrate these events. The feelings and reactions to important dates is not always the same from person to person, and it's not even the same year to year. That's okay. However you grieve is valid.
This week Josh and Burley have a classic one on one convo about life, food, a couple documentaries they watched and they listen to a new voicemail on the show! Air Date: 9/2/22 Rage and Pillage Hotline: (210)570-0290 Call and leave a message (or jerk off) Rage and Pillage merchandise is available! Click Here! Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts and Rate on Spotify! FOLLOW THE WHOLE SHOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Rage and Pillage Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rageandpillagepod/?hl=en Josh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jds_pit_bbq/ Burley Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/burley_boy_bbq/?hl=en
In this episode Christina and Meghan talk about some of the bits of wisdom they have learned from people who have passed, and the wisdom they would like to leave behind. Okay, it's not all deep wisdom, but there are definitely some useful life lessons if you pay attention. ;)If you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)We want to hear your stories! Email us or DM us on Facebook or Instagram. Support the show
A couple of weeks ago I did an episode on tapping into our intuition to help guide us through life and make better decisions. Well, I thought of one more thing I wanted to add to that about making tough decisions! Hence, this BONUS Tuesday episode! This is a simple thing we can do when we're struggling in an indecisive moment! Check out these 3 examples and how applying this technique can be so helpful! Also, don't forget that tomorrow August 31, 2022 is the last last day to get our updated Dating After Loss Course For Widows at the $97 price. After that, the price goes back up! Need help getting back into the dating scene?? Has it been a while?? Not sure where to even start?? Get this course! It will help! https://www.widow180.com/courses Loving the podcast? Become a Widow 180 Patron and donate as little as $3 to keep the podcast going! Go to https://www.patreon.com/widow180
National Grief Awareness Day is August 30. In this episode, Christina and Meghan talk about the changes they would like to see when it comes to how grief and loss are acknowledged from a medical standpoint. They also talk about ways family and friends can validate a person's grief - it could be as easy as a simple text. Angie Cartwright's petition to make Grief Awareness Day a national holiday: https://www.change.org/p/declare-august-30th-national-grief-awareness-day About half way thorough the episode it started pouring down rain at Meghan's house. I'm sorry or you're welcome for the ambient noise ;)If you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and leave us a review! Having reviews is the best way for people to find this podcast. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Thanks for being here! You can also support the show by buying us a coffee :)We want to hear your stories! Email us or DM us on Facebook or Instagram. Support the show
This week, Aaron and Leyla zoom back into the Fast franchise with Fast 5. Join us for a discussion of family members old and new, the Justin Lin Widower Appreciation Hour, and Aaron's dream vision for the future of the franchise. --- Twitter: @MortifiedPod Hosts' Twitters: @aaronsxl / @leylses Hotline: (775) 573-8882 Sign up for our monthly newsletter, which has additional takes and our personal recs. Our theme song is "Obsolete" by Keshco, from the album "Filmmaker's Reference Kit Volume 2." Our other projects: Aaron's TTRPGs The Bible Boys Aaron's TTRPG Reviews Astral Heart
I LOVE a good love story! And this is one you gotta hear! Carrie Gardache-Thompson joins us on the podcast this week to share her dating experience as a widow! Carrie also recently took another walk down the aisle and married her new honey, Scott Thompson! Carrie and I chat about: ~ praying for love in your life ~ how to handle weird dating moments! ~ when to introduce your kiddos to your new man! ~ not caring what other people think! ~ How you CAN love two people at once! Need help with dating? Get our new UPDATED Dating course for widows, Dating after loss: A 4 Step WISH Program for widows and widowers looking to find love again! Get the course at https://www.widow180.com/courses The entire course is only $97 this month, AUGUST 2022! Let's talk more about dating! Join our membership community! This amazing group of ladies meets everys ingle week for group coaching, laughs, and more! www.widow180.com/membership Support the podcast! You can donate as little as $3 to keep the podcast going! Sign up at www.patreon.com/widow180
President Dallin H. Oaks, first counselor in the First Presidency, will celebrate a landmark birthday on Aug. 12, 2022, turning 90 years old. This episode of the Church News podcast features President Oaks sharing the lessons he has learned through nine decades of life. He speaks about his youth and family life, unexpected tragedies, and the blessings of Church service. He also shares his testimony of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — strengthened over 90 years. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.