When things don't grow, they become tangled or warped. When we are not growing, we stagnate. The grief of losing a loved one can put us in constant pain, paralyze us, and stop us from growing. I recorded this episode coming back from my brother Larry's homegoing celebration, and I wanted to share what I'm going through and what it feels like to be me right now.
In this episode, we will talk about growing through grief and how important it is to leave our feelings run freely and without judgment. We will also discuss a few of grief's many definitions and what it can do to us if we let it take control. I will share a few of the things I'm doing to overcome sadness and grow through grief. Grief is expected and acceptable, but suffering is optional; we will dive deep into that too.
Tune in and listen to this episode of Growing Through Grief, and let me tell you what I've done to release the pain for losing my brother and replace it with love for him.
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
Grief makes us numb (1:58)What it feels to be me today (2:53)How it would be to live our relationship again (6:14)Some of the things I've done to help me out of grief (7:52)Death is a new beginning (12:15)Why we shouldn't grieve alone (16:23)
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