47 min

Marina L Reed - Author of "Remember, It's OK" a new way to work with grief‪.‬ INpowered Mind-INpowered Health - the keys to heart aligned living, with host Jayne Marquis

    • Alternative Health

Jayne interview Marina L Reed, author of 6 books called "Remember, It's OK"  written from a place of love and deep experience of her own grief. Marina states "We live in a grief avoidant society, many who grieve feel isolated and alone." 

"I experienced this isolation when my husband died very suddenly, he died in my arms in fact. One son stood right there, the others learned by phone.  We all suffered.  It shattered my world. I was a robot, numb, and living in a colorless world for years. I had no safe person I could talk with, especially after the first week. Living through death changes you. But it doesn’t have to destroy you. When Marian asked me if I would write this series with her, I was hesitant.  I  didn’t really want to go back to those feelings.  But I also knew how much something like this was needed.  I didn’t want others to feel so alone and have no help or support. When I was in the pits of grief, I  didn’t want to read didactic pages full of words, I wanted to know others felt like me, and I wanted to know if there was anything I could do.  I wanted to know I wasn’t crazy".  Join us in this deep conversation, journeying into each book briefly and sharing experience and the possibilities of what is beyond the veil of life. 

https://marinalreed.com

#jaynemarquis #mindbody #marinalreed #beyondgrief #empowerment  #bethewave #inspiration

This podcast is for information purposes only and represents the views and opinions of the speakers. The information presented is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. We recommend you seek the advice of a licensed healthcare practitioner before beginning any natural, complimentary, or conventional treatment.

Jayne interview Marina L Reed, author of 6 books called "Remember, It's OK"  written from a place of love and deep experience of her own grief. Marina states "We live in a grief avoidant society, many who grieve feel isolated and alone." 

"I experienced this isolation when my husband died very suddenly, he died in my arms in fact. One son stood right there, the others learned by phone.  We all suffered.  It shattered my world. I was a robot, numb, and living in a colorless world for years. I had no safe person I could talk with, especially after the first week. Living through death changes you. But it doesn’t have to destroy you. When Marian asked me if I would write this series with her, I was hesitant.  I  didn’t really want to go back to those feelings.  But I also knew how much something like this was needed.  I didn’t want others to feel so alone and have no help or support. When I was in the pits of grief, I  didn’t want to read didactic pages full of words, I wanted to know others felt like me, and I wanted to know if there was anything I could do.  I wanted to know I wasn’t crazy".  Join us in this deep conversation, journeying into each book briefly and sharing experience and the possibilities of what is beyond the veil of life. 

https://marinalreed.com

#jaynemarquis #mindbody #marinalreed #beyondgrief #empowerment  #bethewave #inspiration

This podcast is for information purposes only and represents the views and opinions of the speakers. The information presented is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. We recommend you seek the advice of a licensed healthcare practitioner before beginning any natural, complimentary, or conventional treatment.

47 min