In Episode 110, we look at the guilt we feel when someone we love has died suddenly and how we can help ourselves release this pain.
Sudden death leaves us in shock and despair.
We never thought they would die when we least expected it or in the manner they did.
It may have been an medical event, like a heart attack, stroke, aneurysm.
It may have been an accident, like a car accident, dying in a plane crash, falling from the roof, hit by a car or other such dramatic loss.
It may have been horrific as in the case of murder, suicide, drug overdose, even terrorism.
Or it may have been a military, law enforcement, firefighter, EMT or other first responder death.
However your loved one died, a sudden death leaves us overwhelmed and unable to believe when, where and how they died.
In this episode, we talk about the ways we can help ourselves after someone we love has died suddenly.
Bless you, my friend. My warrior!
Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, frightened, fearful or any host of emotions.
Learn the Emotional Freedom Technique here for Stress and Overwhelm. It will soothe you and calm you physically and emotionally. Also spend time in this guided meditation on Self Compassion, which we all need. Dr. Arianna also offers many wonderful tapping and guided-meditations to choose from based upon which is best for you.
You can watch Marissa Peer’s “I Am Enough” meditation.
Bach’s Rescue Remedy in the small yellow box is an excellent way to help yourself when youare overwhelmed. Just place a few drops on your tongue and relax. It doesn’t have alcohol in it, so if you are sensitive in this way, be aware. Available at your local healthfood store or online.
Treat yourself to a lovely gift from our Heart of Gold “I Remember” Products from The Mary Mac Store.
Remember, a portion of all proceeds help fund The Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc., the first national non-profit public charity which benefits children, teens, young adults after a loved one’s death which I established many years ago.
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