Hello and welcome listeners to our show today. I'm Anne, your host and author of Grief's Abyss, a grief coach, and a mental fitness coach. You can pop onto my last recording to find out what a mental fitness coach is all about.
Our topic today, listeners, is the loss of a mother, our mums. And we know this can be an immensely challenging experience, especially around the holidays or special occasions. Whether you've had a tumultuous relationship with mum, their loss in our lives is really felt regardless. Even if your mum was your best friend and confidant, each one brings its own unique challenges to our grief.
Our guest today is Donna Stoneham. And I hope by the end of our conversation, you'll be able to find strength and healing as she did through her grief. A little bit about Donna: Before I bring her on, Donna holds a Ph.D., is an executive coach and transformational leader, and has been a hospice chaplain in her previous life. She's also an author, and her work has been featured in many of the big leading magazines and journals.
I hope you'll join me as I welcome Donna into this insightful conversation that I'm certain will touch your heart and inspire you, dear listeners!
Here's what we talk about:
Donna's purpose in writing her book Catch Me When I Fall.How does the grieving process contribute to developing a more profound emotional openness?Loss serves as a transformative force, shaping people's authentic identity.Why is it important to resolve relationship conflicts, especially with your loved ones?And much more!
Connect with Donna Stoneham!
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drdonnastoneham/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DonnaStonehamPhD/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/donnastonehamphd/
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