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Summary:There is some comfort to be found sipping a cup of tea, or just in feeling the warmth as you hold the cup in your hands. Listen in today as Rachel Tenpenny shares her journey and how her special tea blend was a comfort in the devastating loss of her twin daughters. Notes:With an idea born from sister wanting desperately to help sister, Rachel and Crystal Tenpenny dove into researching tea blends, eventually creating Teamotions, a company that not only receives 5-stary reviews from its customers, but has won awards throughout the industry for Best Flavor as well as Best New Product. So this story is two-fold: a journey through grief for Rachel and a potential source of comfort for our listeners.  Listen in...Contact:www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Rachel:Website: https://teamotionstea.com/Email:  rachel@teamotionstea.com  Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Again, we chat about how deeply grief impacts us when our loss is a loving furry child. Coleen has spent decades working with families at this stage and regales us not only with heartfelt tales , but touching tips and ideas that will help your entire family when your pet faces the Rainbow Bridge.Notes:Coleen Ellis, CT, CPLP, founded the first stand-alone pet funeral home, Pet Angel Memorial Center in 2004, followed by Two Hearts Pet Loss Center in 2009 as a consulting, educational and resource organization for pet loss experiences. She also teaches Pet Loss & Grief Companioning Certification courses. In 2011, her first book Pet Parents: A Journey Through Unconditional Love and Grief released, and in 2022 co-authored two children’s books with Dr. Mary Gardner, Forever Friend.  In 2014 she co-founded The Pet Loss Center, now a Gateway operation.Contact:www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Coleen:Website: www.twoheartspetlosscenter.comEmail: coleen@twoheartspetlosscenter.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:It's certainly not easy to move through grief, but when we hear of someone who has reached a point of happiness we often feel a splash of hope in our darkness. Listen in as Susan Hayes relates her story after the death of her husband. She has found joy, despite still grieving her loss. NotesSusan Hayes, the Spark Activator, is the CEO of Active Abundance, LLC. She shows women who’ve experienced a significant loss and are ready to reemerge how to reignite their spark of JOY. She takes them on a loving and joyful healing journey so that they can BOLDY and BLISSFULLY embrace the next chapter in their lives. It has been through Susan’s own significant loss of the passing of her beloved husband that has set her on her current path. Through her journey, she has discovered powerful and magical tools and strategies that show others how to honor and heal their grief, current and from childhood traumas, so that JOY is in the forefront once again. Se habla español.  Parla italiano. Contact:www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Susan:Website: https://susanhayes.podia.comEmail:  SusanHayesSpeaks@gmail.comWebsite soon to be: (https://susanhayesspeaks.com)Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod
Summary:Science has proven that sound or vibration has an impact on substance. Sound Healing employs conscious use of the energy of sound to reach identified goals and promote wellness in the human system, for example, on symptoms of grief. Join us today and David Gibson offers insight into this therapy and how it might help you in your goal for healing.Notes:David Gibson is the director of Globe Institute in San Francisco (and online), offering State approved Certificate and Degree Programs in Sound Healing and Therapy. David is the author of the #1 selling book, “The Complete Guide to Sound Healing”  and top selling producer of Sound Healing music. Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach David:Websites:  www.SoundHealingCenter.comwww.SoundTherapyCenter.comwww.SoundOfLove.comwww.SoundHealingResearchFoundation.org Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Listen in as we consider a different perspective on Grief with Patricia Jones and John Moir - a perspective presented by Francis Weller, on the 5 Gate of Grief. This consolidates all forms of our grief to help us better understand a bit why moving through life can be at times challenging as we move through these diverse phases of grief, sometimes without even knowing it is happening. Notes:Patricia and John are with Soulful Sorrows, in East Aurora, NY. Their services include shamanic inspired grief healing workshops and one on one shamanic healings both virtually and in person.Contact:www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Pat or John:Website: www.soulfulsorrows.comPat's Email:  patricia@soulfulsorrows.comJohn's Email:  john@soulfulsorrows.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:So, you've decided you are ready to put yourself out there, or maybe you are already in love again after losing your special someone. Listen in as John Polo offers advice and insight into dating a widowed person. Notes:John Polo is a coach, author and speaker. In January of 2016, John lost his wife, Michelle, to cancer. From the rubble of everything that he once knew, consumed by desperation and despair, John held on long enough until he found his hope. And he slowly rebuilt. Today John helps others through his social media, books, coaching, workshops, speeches and podcasts. From grief to dating, self-growth and everything in between, John offers a style of coaching that is not only effective, but also very personal and unique.  John is the author of three books, host of two podcasts and has worked with clients on thousands of coaching sessions. He has been featured on People.com, NBC, The Huffington Post, Yahoo, Fox and more. "Don't just accept the fact she will always love her husband - but LOVE the fact that she will always love her husband. For his love & his loss - have BOTH helped shape the woman - that you so claim to love, today."Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach John: Email:  john@johpolocoaching.comWebsite:  johnpolocoaching.com Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Steven Machat on Grief

Steven Machat on Grief

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Summary:Steven Machat is described as an entertainment mogul, also known for his metaphysical knowledge. Listen in as he shares his thoughts on why we exist and where we go after we die. Notes:Steven Machat has been a worldwide entertainment attorney, music publisher, manager of music talent, and record label owner as well as film producer, with a long list of celebrity clients. The sudden and traumatic loss of his son, Barron, in 2015 found him on his own  grief journey.  He is the author of 9 books: Highways of Man – The Odyssey Almanac; Man, Community & Living The American Dream; Gods, Gangsters and Honor: A Rock 'n' Roll Odyssey; Sacred Knowledge: A Rock 'n' Roller's Guide to Higher Consciousness; Spiritual Insomnia; Colonization of Earth & the Making of Mankind ; The Creation of Ozzy from the Altars of his Black Sabbath; The History of Viruses; Taking Jesus off The Cross. In 2016 Steven ran for the US Senate as an independent in Florida, and in 2018 he ran for Congress in Florida’s 26th District as a progressive Democrat .Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach Steven: Website: www.stevenmachat.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:We hardly have time to process our loss and the funeral before dealing with the reality of financial paperwork and details. Stacy Francis offers great information as well as an impressive free resource to aid those needing to manage the financial matters after the death of a loved one. You won't want to miss this episode!Details:Stacy Francis is President and CEO of Francis Financial, a fee-only boutique wealth management, financial planning and divorce financial planning firm dedicated to providing ongoing comprehensive advice for successful individuals, couples, and women in transition such as divorce or widowhood. She is a Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®), and Certified Estate and Trust Specialist (CES™) with over 20 years of experience in the financial industry. Stacy is also the founder of the non-profit, Savvy Ladies™, host of the Financially Ever After podcast, and the author of the white paper, Unveiling the Unspoken Truth: The Financial Challenges Women Face During and After Divorce and Financial Help for Widows - A Complete Resource Guide.Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Stacy:Website:  www.francisfinancial.com                       www.savvyladies.org  FREE Financial Education/Advise for all Women Email: stacy@francisfinancial.com Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Elyse is back to share which crystals might ease some of our symptoms of grief - sadness, anxiety, need to connect with our loved ones beyond. From moonstone to lepidolite and malachite - listen in if your curiosity is piqued.Notes:Elyse Falzone is an Intuitive Healer and Energy Alchemist for CEO's & Spiritual newbies alike. She supports her community to create intimate relationships with their Intuition, activate their unique DNA and awaken their Divine spiritual gifts. She connects with her clients  through immersive & interactive experiences, guiding and holding space for them to let go,  open and expand...allowing them to honor their inner voice and live out their souls’ expression every day. In addition, she is the creator and facilitator of the Certified Healers Course, Co-Founder of Awake & Soulful Podcast & Retreats and is sought out as a master energy healer and guest expert for retreats, workshops and stages around the world.SPECIAL: If you want to learn more about crystals, Elyse is offering a 50% discount for her  All About Crystals (Healing and Chakra) Course. Enter PODCAST50 as you  register  at  https://www.elysefalzone.com/crystalscourse.Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach Elyse: Website: www.elysefalzone.comInstagram: _awakenyoursoulFacebook Group: Soul Sisters & MistersCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:When in need, we typically look to our inner circle of family and friends for support, but grief is fickle, sometimes making us feel completely isolated. How important is it to have support as we grieve? And what can you do if you feel you have no support? Listen in as we chat with Dr. Marianne Trent today.Notes:Dr. Marianne Trent is a Clinical Psychologist and specializes in trauma therapy and therapy for depression and anxiety.  She offers training, content writing, and supervision and designed and created the 'Our Tricky Brain' psychoeducation kit which you can buy exclusively from her website. She is author and editor of 'The Grief Collective: Stories of Life, Loss & Learning to Heal' and 'The Clinical Psychologist Collective: Advice & Guidance for Aspiring Clinical Psychologists' which are both available as an eBook or Paperback. She hosts the Aspiring Psychologist Podcast and has been interviewed on BBC News. Though located in Coventry, U.K. , Dr. Trent offers remote therapy via zoom across the U.K. and even internationally for some clients. Life matters: Let's make it count!  Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach Dr. Trent: Website:  www.goodthinkingpsychology.co.uk Email:  Info@goodthinkingpsychology.co.uk  Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:At some point, the thought 'should I date,' or something like that, arises in our grief. Maybe it is our family or close friends suggesting we get back out there, or our personal desire to not be quite so alone. The concept can be daunting, but John Polo helps make it seem a bit more feasible, and even offers some tips on prepping ourselves to find another love - not a replacement, but an addition, to our happiness. Listen in...Notes:John Polo is a coach, author and speaker. In January of 2016, John lost his wife, Michelle, to cancer. From the rubble of everything that he once knew, consumed by desperation and despair, John held on long enough until he found his hope. And he slowly rebuilt. Today John helps others through his social media, books, coaching, workshops, speeches and podcasts. From grief to dating, self-growth and everything in between, John offers a style of coaching that is not only effective, but also very personal and unique.  John is the author of three books, host of two podcasts and has worked with clients on thousands of coaching sessions. He has been featured on People.com, NBC, The Huffington Post, Yahoo, Fox and more. “I have been broken so many times in my life, and yet here I am even after thinking that I could never go on. It is possible to rebuild. Yourself, and your life. My goal is to help people through their pain and struggles, so that they can create - and enjoy - a better tomorrow.” Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach John: Email:  john@johpolocoaching.comWebsite:  johnpolocoaching.com Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Join us today as Patricia Jones and John Moir offer insight into the Shamanic perspective on grief. Often associated with indigenous or tribal societies, the origins are from Northern Europe and Asia, with a common belief that spirits exist and play an important role in both individual lives and society. Notes:Patricia and John are with Soulful Sorrows, in East Aurora, NY. Their services include shamanic inspired grief healing workshops and one on one shamanic healings both virtually and in person.Contact:www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Pat or John:Website: www.soulfulsorrows.comPat's Email:  patricia@soulfulsorrows.com John's Email:  john@soulfulsorrows.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:In grief, we sometimes turn to books, looking for just the right words or phrases that echo our feelings.  While you may not think poetry is what you need at this point, we think you will find exactly what  you need in John Roedel's words. We did.Notes:John Roedel is a comic who unexpectedly gained notability as a writer and poet through his heartfelt Facebook conversations that went viral and became an Amazon best-selling book titled, Hey God. Hey John. He is the author of five books—Hey God. Hey John, Any Given Someday, Untied: The Poetry of What Comes Next, Remedy, and his latest work, Upon Departure, which explores through poetry the concept of our grief as a natural wonder that terraforms the landscape of our world in increments.Contact:www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach John:Website: www.johnroedel.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Is grief made easier when you have time before a death, knowing it is coming? Listen in and draw your own conclusion as we chat with Kasey Perkins, Executive Director of Aurora House. It may be this situation allows more time to plan and prepare, but grief, whether you are armed and ready for it, or whether it blindsides you with no warning, is still devastating and overwhelming.Notes:Kasey Perkins joined the Aurora House as a per diem nurse in 2019 and quickly moved into the role of Care coordinator that same year. In June 2021, she took on the role of Executive Director for the organization. Kasey brings her nursing background to this role as well as a passion for hospice. She is committed to providing dignity, comfort, and care to the residents and their loved ones at Aurora House. Contact:www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Kasey:Website: www.aurorahousewmc.comEmail: Director@aurorahousewmc.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:New to the list of books for the middle-school age level is Heaven’s Bell, by Sherrie Barch, Sherrie introduces an easily understood concept about remaining in touch with our departed loved ones that can be read by or with your tweens.  Best friends deal with a relationship made vulnerable by terminal illness. Though targeted for a specific age group, the concept is easily understood and can be appreciated by all ages, even toddlers. As well, the easy to read story presents the perfect atmosphere to broach the subject of grief with children.Notes:Sherrie Barch is the CEO of two Forbes’ ranked top executive search firms and a leadership consulting company. An expert in the areas of leadership, team development, and diversity, her forward-thinking approach to work was recognized when she was chosen to participate in the ‘altMBA” program designed and led by leadership guru Seth Godin. Born and raised in Northern Illinois, Sherrie earned B.A. and M.A. degrees in Communication from Western Illinois University. Sherrie is married with three sons. As a mom, she describes herself as a part-time pancreas for her two youngest sons who were both diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes within the same year. Playing this role for the last 11 years, she is relentless about creating open and honest communication with her family about this chronic and life-threatening condition.Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach Sherrie:Website: www.heavensbell.comEmail:  sherrie@heavensbell.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:When we lose someone it is natural to dwell on memories. Our guest, Cindy Mich, has opted to create a legacy using her expertise as a film producer to honor her love, Michael, and go on tour so numerous others will know of him and remember him in his acting career.Notes:Cindy is Sole Proprietor of Cin’s Sweet Creations - Professional Writing/Editing Business, and a Freelance Independent Film/TV/Book Reviewer, Freelance Editor and Script/Screenplay Reviewer. She is the founder of The Art is Alive Magazine and  the Art is Alive Film Festival, as well as Co-Founder of the Bedford Falls Film Festival.Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.comFacebook:  As I Live and GrieveInstagram:  @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Cindy:Email: cin4251@gmail.comFB: Cindy Mich | FacebookIG:  Cindy Mich (@mich.cindy) • Instagram photos and videosLinkedin: (18) Cindy (Cin) Mich | LinkedInFestival: Home | ArtisaliveffRadio Show: Welcome to Cin's Chat Corner! - CinschatcornerCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Today’s episode is one everyone will enjoy. Mike tells his experience of hearing from his father after his father died. Skeptics listen in, as Mike went to great lengths to find his own level of comfort in accepting this beautiful connection from the afterlife.Notes:Mike Anthony is a sometime professional actor, majority time bartender at Hamilton on Broadway. After a personal experience completely shifted his understanding of how the universe works, Mike turned to science for answers. Now spending his time investigating and writing about various lines of evidence suggesting we are much more than the bodies we drive around, a portion of Mike's story is featured in the 2021 Netflix series, “Surviving Death.” Mike is also the author of Life At Hamilton, a collection of stories chronicling his time bartending at the Broadway phenomenon, Hamilton: An American Musical.Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach Mike:Website: www.mikeanthony.comEmail:  info@mikeanthony.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Deborah Eden Tull, or Eden as she prefers to be called, spent numerous years as a Buddhist monastic. She relates that one of the fundamental teachings of Buddhism is impermanence. We need, therefore, to live our lives to the fullest.Notes:Deborah Eden Tull is a Zen meditation and mindfulness teacher, author, activist, and sustainability educator. Her new book Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhist Approach to Embracing the Unknown will be released in September 2022, published by Shambhala Publications.Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve To Reach Deborah (Eden): Website: www.deborahedentull.comCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:Listen in as we speak with Alexandra Maas, from the Netherlands, about the importance of self-care while grieving.Notes:Alexandra Maas, lives with her son, 2 cats, 2 dogs in a quaint little city in the north of the Netherlands. Besides her passion for her work she has love for creating in cooking, writing and textile designs. After a career of almost 17 years as a Union board member and policy worker for Police, Military Personnel and Construction Workers she started her own counseling practice in 2005. Alexandra is one of the very few counselors in the world who specialised in Masculine Grief - the Grief of Men. In her work, the story of the client is leading. All grief support is highly individually customised as all grief journeys are unique. She combines warm, comforting presence with deep wisdom, a love for stories and humor. Her greatest passion is to find the jewels in your grief, and hand them back to you as healing tokens on your lifes' journey. Alexandra works with the 6 months grief mentoring program "Good Mourning" and with VIP (very intensive program) days on Creating your own Grief Self Care Plan.If you are interested in Self Care in Grief and you would like to have a little taste of working with Alexandra, you are most welcome to subscribe to her "7 days of SelfCare in Grief". You can do so by writing an email to Alexandra@alexandramaas.com, with the subject text "7 days". You will receive 7 consecutive days of information on grief, tips on how to work your way through your grief, journaling prompts and pages, and other bonus material. Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve Contact Alexandra:Facebook:  Cuppa Grief, Alexandra MaasEmail:  Alexandra@alexandramaas.com Subscribe to her "7 days of SelfCare in Grief" by sending an email to Alexandra@alexandramaas.com, with the subject text "7 days". You will receive 7 consecutive days of information on grief, tips on how to work your way through your grief, journaling prompts and pages, and other bonus material.Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
Summary:A wonderful resource exists in the Rochester, NY area — Camp Heartstrings/Camp Dreams. Listen in as Michele Allman of UR Medicine Home Care helps us understand how children from grades 2 - 11 are supported at this 3-day event. We hope you will be moved to support or start a similar program in your community.Notes:Camp Heartstrings/Camp Dreams is a three day camp for children (entering grades 2-11 in September 2022) who are adjusting to the death of a loved one. Developed by Licensed Master Social Workers, this camp promotes understanding, acceptance, healing and hope through a comprehensive program of activities, as well as plenty of fun. It is staffed by credentialed professionals and trained volunteers, and is sponsored by UR Medicine Hospice (a program of UR Medicine Home Care), Pittsford Youth Services, and Dreams from Drake.Contact: www.asiliveandgrieve.cominfo@asiliveandgrieve.com Facebook:  As I Live and Grieve Instagram:  @asiliveandgrieve For More Information: Website:  https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/home-care/hospice-care/camp-heartstrings.aspxCredits: Music by Kevin MacLeod 
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