I have a discussion with Charlie Seraphin about stupid mistakes that can ruin or cost you your life. Understanding your mistakes and the reasons you make them will help you chart a better course as you navigate this crazy world. Charlie explains why listening to your "quiet little voice" can make all the difference in the world. He has exercises at the end of the chapters to speed your progress along.
Charlie would like to give you a free "white paper" entitled: Listening Exercise to Prevent Stupid Mistakes. Just send your name and email address to him at email@example.com and request the report.
Carol Brody fleet is the award-winning author of When bad things happen to good women, EVEN After, and Widows wear stilettos. She is America's go-to expert on life adversity and grief recovery. She says, "No widow or widower looks exactly the same. No widowhood looks exactly the same. Therefore, no healing journey or timeline is an identical experience. The word "loss" contains only four letters, but its size belies the amount of fear it produces at even its mere mention. Even more terrifying and enormous is the reality of loss….Specifically, the loss of a spouse."
Carol will describe in this interview eight bereavement boot camp lessons to help you get from here to there.
Reach her by email at carolbrodyfleet@Gmail.com or go to her website: www.widowswearstilettos.com.
My guest today, Sherry Cormier had it all: a thriving marriage to a loving husband, a vibrant career as a psychologist, a new home, a closely connected family of parents and daughters. But in a startling short span of time these anchors were ripped away. Her husband was diagnosed and died of cancer within six months her mother, father, sister, and even her beloved dog passed away. She was left reeling and stunned by a sharp, unendurable grief. From what she learned, she offers up the eight most effective tools for healing from one's loss.
Dr. Cormier would like to give you a special report: Developing Seeds of Resilience for Handling Loss and Life Stresses. Simply send your name and email address to her at:
For the first five people to respond you will also get a copy of her book Sweet Sorrow.