Susan Young shares how repressed feelings surface with grief

Through a relationship, Susan there was a link between the manipulation and abuse she experienced then and that of her family.  After Susan had a skin cancer removed, she felt increasingly as if she was living in a cage. Susan felt she was in a situation she couldn't escape and felt immense shame and guilt … Continue reading Susan Young shares how repressed feelings surface with grief

Carole Henderson speaks about how the loss of her husband led her to be a leading grief recovery specialist

Carole is now founder and MD of Grief Recovery Europe a training company dedicated to teaching the Grief Recovery Method both to people with significant emotional loss and those who wish to help others with loss. In 2006, her husband was diagnosed with return of the cancer from malignant melanoma removed the previous year. He … Continue reading Carole Henderson speaks about how the loss of her husband led her to be a leading grief recovery specialist

Katherine Bess shares how the loss of her nearly term baby started a career change

Katherine is a registered nurse having changed career as a result of the loss of her nearly term baby. She gave birth to hum and her body did everything to expect a baby to be feeding and binding. It was during this grieving process that Katherine knew she needed to do something different with her … Continue reading Katherine Bess shares how the loss of her nearly term baby started a career change

Making the Ordinary Extraordinary

During March, I called for people to be interviewed for this podcast and I am pleased to say, that so many people stepped forward. This podcast is about stories of people who listened to the call and overcame their fear of the unknown to make a more fulfilling life for themselves. I combine interviewing people … Continue reading Making the Ordinary Extraordinary

32 ways to be insensitive to someone grieving

Grief, death, loss and mourning are topics kept well under the carpet. So, when someone comes across someone in pain, they can say the wrong thing. The experiences of insensitivity far outweighs a loving and compassionate reason. I asked people to share the insensitive comments they received. These were actually said and they were experienced … Continue reading 32 ways to be insensitive to someone grieving