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EP#4 - a2z of navigating grief and trauma

The Beautiful Side of Grief

Release Date: 03/22/2021

EP#43 - When Wishes Change show art EP#43 - When Wishes Change

The Beautiful Side of Grief

How do you have blind trust when faced with the worst possible scenario? This is what Tricia Roos, a Dallas wife, and mother who built her career coaching young athletes, faces when she is told that the child she is carrying has the fatal condition - Trisomy 18. Out of the worst comes the best. Annabelle lives for just 6 precious days, though the journey of carrying her and having those few days with her, changes Tricia's and her family's lives forever.

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EP#42 - The Long Goodbye show art EP#42 - The Long Goodbye

The Beautiful Side of Grief

Grief can come out of nowhere. Or be so drawn out over time that you may not even recognise it's there. My guest today, Lauren Blackford, experienced both types. The 'long goodbye' with her dad as he battled early-onset dementia, and the sudden, unexpected passing of her mom in 2020. She didn't give herself time to grieve her dad's passing 9 years earlier, so when her mom died, she doubled down. This is an open, honest insight into Lauren's mission to work through her grief.

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EP#41 - Finding Heaven in what appeared to be Hell show art EP#41 - Finding Heaven in what appeared to be Hell

The Beautiful Side of Grief

Aaron Young is an Australian who went to South Africa, then Zimbabwe, where he worked a dream job as an elephant behavior specialist. That in itself would make a fabulous podcast, but that is not what we're discussing today. Aaron got caught up in trying to fight a system as a foreigner that didn't end up well for him. The bottom line is that he ended up back in Australia without his young children - and the grief of being separated from your loved ones.

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EP#40 - Death's Love Story show art EP#40 - Death's Love Story

The Beautiful Side of Grief

You meet the love of your life in your mid-40's and then, 10 months later, he passes away.

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The Beautiful Side of Grief

My heartfelt THANKS for finding my podcast and listening to it. I hope you have been able to discover episodes that you really connected with and which gave you some valuable information.

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EP#39 - Losing My Lifeline Mui Mui show art EP#39 - Losing My Lifeline Mui Mui

The Beautiful Side of Grief

On the surface she looked successful - underneath she suffered 19 years of abuse. What helped Martha Mok endure was a very special companion - her cat, Mui Mui. If you are an animal lover you will understand the bond of unconditional love that pets can provide. So when these precious souls depart we are often left devastated and suffering grief as deep as anything we've ever experienced. In this episode, Martha takes us through what helped get her through the depression she suffered after losing Mui Mui.

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EP#38 - 4 Pillars and Unconditional Love show art EP#38 - 4 Pillars and Unconditional Love

The Beautiful Side of Grief

Justin Schenck has been named a Top 8 Podcaster to follow in over 100 countries every single week with Growth Now Movement. He is also the host and creator of one of the go-to events for entrepreneurs and forward thinkers; Growth Now Summit LIVE!

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EP#37 - Near Death Experiences - Pt2 show art EP#37 - Near Death Experiences - Pt2

The Beautiful Side of Grief

Imagine being Divinely guided in EVERY single step you take.

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EP#36 - Even Therapists Need Help show art EP#36 - Even Therapists Need Help

The Beautiful Side of Grief

Are you going through a tough time right now? It’s hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but you know that it is there?

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EP#35 - Accidents & Losing Friends show art EP#35 - Accidents & Losing Friends

The Beautiful Side of Grief

Here one moment, gone the next. That is the reality of car accident fatalities. One experience of this would be more than enough to have to cope with, though my guest today, Jerry Fu, chats with me about losing two friends in car accidents at a young age. We also look at how you deal with your grief when you are not part of the immediate family circle. Jerry also provides some wonderful insights on how to manage difficult circumstances and conversations.

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What does one do after hopes, dreams, assumptions, and core beliefs have been shattered?

In this episode, we are talking to an inspiring individual, Susan Hannifi-McNab, whose life took a dramatic turn in 2012 with the sudden loss of her bagpiper-surfer-professor husband. With a Masters in social work - the path this young mum and widow took over the following years led her to realise that the tools and resources she was using to help herself and her son could help others - and so was born the A2Z toolbox workshops.

You don’t want to miss:

  • How the tools in the a2z toolbox can help you along in your journey
  • What the 5 pillars of trauma are
  • How Soaring Spirits supports widows

PLUS, FREE access to the A2Z Toolbox on the website link below!

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Website: www.a2zhealingtoolbox.com  www.soaringspirits.org

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"That was the thing. You never got used to it, the idea of someone being gone. Just when you think it's reconciled, accepted, someone points it out to you, and it just hits you all over again, that shocking." ~ Sarah Dessen