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Unfortunately, in this life we experience peaks and valleys. Grappling with loss, grief and/or trauma will cause us to morph into a new version of ourselves. While we cannot always escape such events, we can navigate the process with grace as we lean on our support network and allow ourselves to feel our pain but also to walk through it. These discussions help listeners to navigate the healing process.
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One of the worst things to experience in life is loss. Grief and loss are difficult for anyone to experience. It is even more heart wrenching when we are dealing with the grief and loss of a spouse.
More than 9.4 million adults in the United States had serious thoughts of suicide within the past 12 months. We’re having an intimate conversation as one woman shares her experience of losing a loved due to a suicide and how she and her family learned to heal and move forward from this tragedy.
Grief and loss are never easy. Whenever we lose someone, it forever changes the way we love in this earth. It is a life altering moment. Unexpected loss is an even greater tragedy because we had no prior preparation.
Death is a natural part of life. Or is it? In life we experience loss and grief. Neither are easy to handle. So how do we cope healthily when we experiencing grief. It’s especially difficult when it is attached to trauma.
Growing up can be hard. It’s not easy being honest, open and vulnerable. It’s hard developing a strong sense of self and recognizing who you are, what your needs are, and being fulfilled in life and in love. Pain and loss can cause us to isolate and shut down. This stops growth. It’s all about growi
We’re taking our temperature with regard to experiencing trauma. This episode deals with addressing secondary trauma, PTSD and compassion fatigue from such tragedies. But don’t worry, I also provide a few tips to help steer you in the right direction towards healing. For prayer 1-800-541-PRAY.
If you have experienced sexual assault this episode may be triggering. If so, please contact a mental health professional in your area. Did you know that 51% of women experience partner sexual assault and 48% of women experience acquaintance sexual assault?
Domestic violence (DV) can happen to anyone regardless of age, culture, education, race, sex or class. Recognize warning signs, identify abusive behaviors, seek help to get out and take back control of one’s life after leaving a DV relationship.
We’re having an intimate conversation as one woman shares her experience of sexual abuse and how it has helped to frame her life. Join me today as we tackle the hard conversation in hopes of educating some while helping to open the door to healing for others.
In the movie "When They See Us", director, Ava Duvernay shares the story of The Exonerated 5 and what their real experience was like after being incarcerated for a violent sexual crime that they did not commit.
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