After becoming widowed, are you wondering why you are feeling the way you do (or not feeling!)? As a widow and as a widow coach, I want to share my story and insights for other widows to feel that connection and know they are not alone.
Turning a Dreaded Milestone Into a New Start 156
Welcome widows to episode 156. A new year has always been a fresh start to me - but not after the death of my husband. That New Year, I was still in shock and did not expect to see that year coming in without Jim. Yes, the new year can become one of those milestones that tug at the heart, just like their birthday, wedding anniversary, and day of their passing. But you CAN learn how to turn this new year into a new start again. You can check out my website: https://joannthelifecoach.com My subscription membership for widows: https://widowcoachingcenter.com or email me at: Joann@JoannTheLifeCoach.com
What is Normal for New Widows Ep 155
Today, I'm sharing all that I've learned over the years of widowhood about becoming widowed and those first months. We have also opened the doors to our subscription membership program today (Dec 2020) - so go check it out! Email: Joann@joannthelifecoach.com Website: https://joannthelifecoach.com Subscription Program: https://widowcoachingcenter.com
Interview With Widow Coach Jamie Metzgar
First off - The Widow Coaching Center subscription membership program is open until 9 p.m. EST on Sept. 24, 2020. So if you've been waiting to take that leap, go check it out at https://widowcoachingcenter.com Today's episode is a fantastic opportunity to Jamie's story first hand as she went through widowhood and started on that long journey back to self. What Jamie shares is so very valuable. Jamie went from the trauma to building a new life.
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Looking For Permission as a Widow
This week I had two excellent examples of the struggle we have at times as widows when we are making a decision or even wanting something more in our life, but feel a little guilty about that. Have you ever thought about doing something or buying something and it felt a bit extravagant, so you shyed away from it? Today I'm sharing a couple of stories that you just might identify with . . . . . . how it is when we are wanting permission. Find me at https://joannthelifecoach.com Email: Joann@JoannTheLifeCoach.com
Too Busy to Feel; But Then Not Busy Enough to Face it All
This episode was inspired by a member in Widows Empowering Widows on Facebook who had both a wedding anniversary coming up, quickly followed by the first anniversary of her husband's death. She had been keeping herself very busy since he passed. But now feels like she cannot keep herself busy enough to distract herself from the pain of these upcoming dates. What happens when busy works for a while, but then you can't be busy enough? Email: Joann@joannthelifecoach.com Website: https://joannthelifecoach.com
Get on Your Death Bed
Widows, don't run away! "Get on your death bed" will make total sense if you join me in listening to this episode. It is the practice that I think everyone should apply to constantly stay motivated in their life. It is what some very very successful people practice to keep focused on what's important. More about widow coaching: https://joannthelifecoach.com Subscription membership: https://widowcoachingcenter.com Email me: Joann@JoannTheLifeCoach.com
Omg I love you !!! Thank you !! I am so glad I found this podcast !!
Amazing…what else can I say
Recently widowed and stumbled across this podcast series….cannot believe how helpful this has been…please watch and share if you know someone who is dealing with this grief and sadness.
I was stuck
April 17 this year was the 4 year anniversary of Chris leaving this earth. Just days before, I thought I was fine as I went through the motions of life, including feeling pretty happy every day. Then the rug was pulled out from under me on the 17th. I thought I was sick but all tests proved otherwise. I just didn’t know I was stuck (like my Roomba) not moving forward, not REALLY finding joy. I googled and there was Joann, right there ready to help me on this journey to find myself. I’m now listening to the podcast for the 2nd time and amazed at what I missed the 1st time. Joann, you are amazing and I thank you and thank God that I found you. It has crossed my mind that Chris actually helped me find you…he loved podcasts, especially Tony Robbins…Chris still pops in occasionally…and now I know I’m not nuts, I’m a widow! Keep doing what you do, I tell everyone about you! Love, Pam