No into/outro music today... Just the bare bone basics to produce this podcast.
Why?... Because a listener wanted to know how to get back to "normal" after grief. What is the new structure of life or their day going to look like.
Sometimes we don't need to put on the window dressing to mask how we feel in our grief. It's not essential to who we are and how we really feel. So I used no music in the podcast today to illustrate that point. While the structure of the podcast is different. the overall message is the same. In grief we feel pain regardless of what face we wear in public our how bubbly we attempt to sound when dealing with others.
We don't always need to fit into some one else's expectation of who we should become after our grief.
Just be you... whomever, you are in your grief. Just remember to take time to take care of yourself. Even if you take care of other's physical needs, work on your emotional needs first before reaching out to others... you can't help others if you dont't help yourself first.
Question... How do you feel whem people tell you you look like your deceased loved one. I often want to tell people this but I don't know how it would make them feel. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a voicemail at http://www.dealingwithmygrief.com/voicemail
Finally, the podcast as been listed as one of 6 podcasts to help you cope with grief by AK Lander. You can check out the entire list here: https://www.aklander.co.uk/news/6-grief-podcasts-to-help-you-cope-with-loss
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Music provided by Oren Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org)