The Mary Mac Show | Dealing with Guilt and Regret

The Mary Mac Show Podcast

In Episode 96, we discuss the guilt and regret we might feel after a loved one’s death and learn how to help comfort and soothe ourselves.

Depending on the relationship you had with the person who died, there might be some guilt and regret you feel that needs to be worked through.

You might have felt you had more time to talk to them perhaps about a conflict in the past.

You might regret that something you disagreed upon would work itself out.

But now they are gone, and you won’t be getting that chance.

And you wonder what you can do to soothe this wound you now deal with.

In this episode, I speak about various ways to help yourself through the guilt and regret.

Take the time to use the links to EFT in the show notes below.

And, especially, be kind to yourself.

Bless you my friend.
xoxo

Additional Notes:

As you know I am a great believer in the power of the Emotional Freedom Technique. Here are a few videos that I think will help you tremendously.

EFT Video on Guilt, EFT Video for Grief after Death of a Loved One.

If you need someone to chat with, don’t be shy. It’s totally confidential. Go to Crisis Connections page on my website MaryMac.info to find telephone numbers for Crisis Hotlines around the world.

If you need help finding people who will understand your exact pain, visit my Grief Resources page.

Visit my site MaryMac.info/books for additional help, especially my book Understanding Your Grieving Heart After a Loved One’s death, the first and best book to reach for as you deal with your grief.

You’re welcome to send your questions to the Contact page on my site.

You can obtain my free ebook entitled 21 Things You Must Know About The Grieving Process, available for immediate download right here on this site.

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