E54: Comfortable in the Surreal with Diane Speer - Bereavement Cruise 2019
Diane Speer was nine when she was cornered at a memorial dinner by her uncle, who unloaded the traumatic grief of losing his son onto her. From that day on, she was terrified of wakes and funerals. Today, the death her grandmother, the death of her mom, and three near-death experiences (NDEs) have cracked her open to her calling: helping people "transition" from life to death through mindfulness. We're talking about how grief makes us comfortable with death and loss, the role of intuition in grief, and how we can incorporate more self-care into our grief journey. Also this week, I'm watching, following, and reviewing the new Facebook Watch series about a young widow Sorry for Your Loss.
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