41 min

You Can Choose How to Grieve with Debbie Weiss Tendrils of Grief

    • Self-Improvement

Susan, your host, welcomes Debbie Weiss to today’s episode.
 
With over 50 years of experience dealing with some of life’s toughest challenges, Debbie is an expert in chasing your own dreams despite your circumstances. She is the author of the soon-to-be-released memoir, On Second Thought, Maybe I Can. as well as a co-author in the Amazon best-seller collaborative book Heart Whispers. In addition, Debbie is an entrepreneur running both an insurance agency and her online store, A Sprinkle of Hearts, host of the Maybe I Can podcast, inspirational speaker, family caregiver, and mother.
 
Debbie has overcome her own limiting beliefs and fears, allowing her to begin to live her best life, and her life’s passion is to help and inspire others to do the same. In her spare time, Debbie loves to laugh, dance, read, and stay active.
 
Key Takeaways:
Debbie shares her grief story, which began with her husband's death at 63.
Debbie wrote a memoir.
Susan addresses the negative impact of toxic positivity.
Debbie cultivated positivity while grieving, which is a very challenging task.
Debbie felt she was the victim for many years, which filled her with resentment.
How you look at things is your choice; there are many things you cannot control, but others you do have control over.
At some point, you will choose to move forward; you will know when the time comes.
Hold space for the grievers; listen to them talking about their loss and their memories of their loved ones who passed. It is an honor to be invited to someone's precious memories and story.
Choose carefully who will surround you when you are grieving.
Debbie shares how she invested a lot of effort in shifting her mindset; consequently, her perception changed entirely.
Remember, there is immense power in your thoughts and intentions.
When you feel that you can’t, remember: “You’ve always had the power, my dear; you just had to learn it for yourself.”
 
Resources
Tendrilsofgrief.com
Email Susan: susan@tendrilsofgrief.com
If you find this episode helpful, please donate
 
Meet Debbie Weiss
Follow Debbie on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn 
Listen to Debbie’s podcast: Maybe I Can
Visit Debbie’s Website
Order Debbie's Book On Second Though... Maybe I Can
 

Susan, your host, welcomes Debbie Weiss to today’s episode.
 
With over 50 years of experience dealing with some of life’s toughest challenges, Debbie is an expert in chasing your own dreams despite your circumstances. She is the author of the soon-to-be-released memoir, On Second Thought, Maybe I Can. as well as a co-author in the Amazon best-seller collaborative book Heart Whispers. In addition, Debbie is an entrepreneur running both an insurance agency and her online store, A Sprinkle of Hearts, host of the Maybe I Can podcast, inspirational speaker, family caregiver, and mother.
 
Debbie has overcome her own limiting beliefs and fears, allowing her to begin to live her best life, and her life’s passion is to help and inspire others to do the same. In her spare time, Debbie loves to laugh, dance, read, and stay active.
 
Key Takeaways:
Debbie shares her grief story, which began with her husband's death at 63.
Debbie wrote a memoir.
Susan addresses the negative impact of toxic positivity.
Debbie cultivated positivity while grieving, which is a very challenging task.
Debbie felt she was the victim for many years, which filled her with resentment.
How you look at things is your choice; there are many things you cannot control, but others you do have control over.
At some point, you will choose to move forward; you will know when the time comes.
Hold space for the grievers; listen to them talking about their loss and their memories of their loved ones who passed. It is an honor to be invited to someone's precious memories and story.
Choose carefully who will surround you when you are grieving.
Debbie shares how she invested a lot of effort in shifting her mindset; consequently, her perception changed entirely.
Remember, there is immense power in your thoughts and intentions.
When you feel that you can’t, remember: “You’ve always had the power, my dear; you just had to learn it for yourself.”
 
Resources
Tendrilsofgrief.com
Email Susan: susan@tendrilsofgrief.com
If you find this episode helpful, please donate
 
Meet Debbie Weiss
Follow Debbie on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn 
Listen to Debbie’s podcast: Maybe I Can
Visit Debbie’s Website
Order Debbie's Book On Second Though... Maybe I Can
 

41 min