48 episodes

If you've had a miscarriage, you don't have to wait for time to heal your wounds. There is a way to heal yourself, physically, emotionally and spiritually. And you don't have to do it alone! I'll be with you every step of the way, teaching you everything I've learned through my 3 miscarriages and 6 years of infertility.

Love & Loss Podcast Sheri Johnson

    • Health & Fitness
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If you've had a miscarriage, you don't have to wait for time to heal your wounds. There is a way to heal yourself, physically, emotionally and spiritually. And you don't have to do it alone! I'll be with you every step of the way, teaching you everything I've learned through my 3 miscarriages and 6 years of infertility.

    48: The Morning Routine That Changed My Life

    48: The Morning Routine That Changed My Life

    Do you have a morning routine that you love?  I do.  But I didn't always.
    I used to stumble out of bed at the last minute, rush through a shower and grab breakfast and a coffee on the way to work.  I dove right into the middle of what everyone else wanted from me and barely spent a minute on myself.
    Those days felt overwhelming, chaotic and I used them to avoid thinking about what I was going through - miscarriage and infertility.
    After my first miscarriage, my husband and I got a puppy. And that's when things started to shift for me.  He's an Australian Shepherd - a very active dog.  So my mornings HAD to start with a hike with him.
    And that started the evolution of my morning routine.
    Now, I spend the first couple of hours of my day on me.  No email, early morning meetings or social media.  Just me.
    It started my emotional healing, the acceptance of my childfree life and a practice of self-worth.
    I'm giving you the behind the scenes look at all my morning rituals in this week's episode.

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    • 23 min
    47: Ten Journal Prompts to Have Your Best Year Ever

    47: Ten Journal Prompts to Have Your Best Year Ever

    If you want to start the new year off on the right foot, this episode is for you.  After a special announcement about the Love & Loss Podcast, we dive into an abbreviated version of my end of year ritual.  Set aside an hour of uninterrupted time, get yourself a pretty journal or notebook, and answer these 10 journal prompts. 

    I promise you, you'll have a whole different perspective on both 2021 and 2022 after you've finished this beautiful transition ritual. 

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    • 24 min
    46: Top Tips for Getting and Staying Pregnant After a Miscarriage with Annette Presley

    46: Top Tips for Getting and Staying Pregnant After a Miscarriage with Annette Presley

    These are not the usual fertility tips you hear.  I'm a nutritionist and I hadn't heard of many of the simple things Annette Presley shared with me on this episode.

    Annette is an expert at helping women get pregnant naturally after a miscarriage or infertility.  She's a dietician turned functional nutritionist.  She tells of her rebellion against one particular recommendation that dieticians make that wasn't backed up by the science.  This discovery led her down her own path to developing the Mommy Maker Method.

    In this episode, you'll discover:
    How Annette’s journey to the Mommy Maker Method started with divine inspiration to approach a woman who, unbeknownst to Annette, had been trying to get pregnant for nearly 2 yearsWhy your genes do not have to determine your destiny and how to turn off the ones that block baby-makingThe one mineral that might be the culprit from getting you pregnantThree tips for improving your chances of getting and staying pregnantShow notes: sherijohnson.ca/46

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    45: Floating Under Water with Tracy Shawn

    45: Floating Under Water with Tracy Shawn

    Floating Under Water is the first novel I've read with miscarriage as a central theme and it was a relief to simply fall into the book and follow the heroine's journey.  The author, Tracy Shawn, has done a stunning job of capturing the challenges a woman faces in her friendships and in her marriage after a loss.   She covers all the emotions from deep sadness to anger, and regret to hope.

    Through her grief, the main character embarks on an incredible spiritual journey that leads her through her own transformation, out of her own self-doubt and into her personal power.  It left me with hope that no matter what happens on a woman's motherhood journey, she has the opportunity to transform her pain into something beautiful.

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    • 48 min
    44: A Trigger is Like an Octopus

    44: A Trigger is Like an Octopus

    We all have hot buttons that our loved ones are so good at exposing.  But going through childlessness, miscarriage or infertility when you really wanted a child seems to bring all the triggers right to the forefront.

    In this episode, you'll find out:
    what society tells us about triggers and how to get rid of themhow triggers are like an octopuswhy it's important to heal them nowsherijohnson.ca/44
    Trigger Release Formula Mini-program

    • 21 min
    43: 7 Tips for Getting Past "Why Me?" After a Miscarriage

    43: 7 Tips for Getting Past "Why Me?" After a Miscarriage

    No one willingly becomes a victim of hardship or tragedy.  And they don't knowingly get stuck in victim mentality.   And yet, most of us ask "why me" at some point in our lives.  I definitely asked it after I had a miscarriage.  And then asked it again and again when I had 2 more.

    A lightbulb went on though, and I could see it, plain as day.  I had turned to victim mentality many times in my life and have now found some ways to dispel it.  
     
    In this episode, find out:
    what exactly is victim mentality and how to know if you have itwhy being stuck in this mentality is actually increasing your suffering rather than helping it7 tips for moving from victim mode to empowermentsherijohnson.ca/43
    Free Roadmap for Navigating Grief After a Miscarriage

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Allison Schaaf ,

So Relatable

Having gone through 5 miscarriages myself, I know all too well how hard and lonely it can be. Sheri really gets it and I’m loving the topics she touches on (personal, emotional, relationship) and her practical solutions are spot on.

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