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The Mary Mac Show | An Uncertain Future

The Mary Mac Show Podcast

In Episode 145, we consider the impending changes in our world and how they might affect us as we grieve our loved one’s death.

We, unfortunately, don’t have the luxury of sinking into our own grief as we once did.

We are dealing with inflation causing everything to cost more, possible job layoffs, increased demands on our time from family and friends who have not prepared themselves for the future and so much more.

It would be much better if we didn’t have to be exposed to this. Just live our lives with no interference from government.

But that’s not how things are developing around us.

So it’s important to be aware, do a deep dive on your financial, physical, and even spiritual health so you can continue to grow strong and be confident in the future for yourself and your family.

Listen in to Episode 145 to learn more.

Bless you, my Warrior!

Additional Notes:

Help yourself by learning the Emotional Freedom Technique on how to deal with grief.

You might also like to listen in to my episode on Handling Stress.

Here are some meditation music to help you rest.

Listen in to Joel Osteen’s daily podcast and watch him on his live services here.

Grab my free ebook, 21 Things You Need to Know About the Grieving Process, right here on my site.

Join The Mary Mac Show Community to join others who are grieving to gain the support and understanding you need as you move through your journey. Don’t isolate; stay connected.

Please share with anyone who may benefit from this knowledge. Also subscribe, rate and review this podcast on whichever podcast platform you listened in.

The Mary Mac Show | Handling Our Loved One’s Belongings

The Mary Mac Show Podcast

In Episode 144, we discuss how best to deal with our loved one’s belongings after their death.

This can be one of the most difficult decision-making processes we will go through during our grieving process.

Some people in our circle want us to get rid of their photos soon after the funeral.

Some people tell you it’s necessary to put all their clothes and other things away.

But this is both unwise and unnecessary.

Only you can make these decisions and you need to not allow anyone else decide for you.

It can be comforting to have their ‘stuff’ around to smell, hold, look at, and just be near you.

You might feel better sitting in their favorite chair, wearing their sweater, holding their stuffed animal, maybe their pillow as you sleep.

These decisions are something only you can do.

Don’t let anyone force you into making these decisions too soon.

Listen in to Episode 144 to get a better understanding of the various emotions and challenges you may feel and deal with during your grieving process.

Bless you, my Warrior!

Additional Notes:

Help yourself by learning the Emotional Freedom Technique on how to deal with grief.

Here are some meditation music to help you rest.

Grab my free ebook, 21 Things You Need to Know About the Grieving Process, right here on my site.

Join The Mary Mac Show Community to join others who are grieving to gain the support and understanding you need as you move through your journey. Don’t isolate; stay connected.

Please share with anyone who may benefit from this knowledge. Also subscribe, rate and review this podcast on whichever podcast platform you listened in.

The Mary Mac Show Community

The Mary Mac Show Podcast

In Episode 141, I welcome my listeners in over 85 countries and other bereaved individuals to join my new online membership – The Mary Mac Show Community – which I’ve created to help you feel supported through your grieving process.

In these uncertain time with violence growing in many places around the world, I felt an urgent need to provide a safe online portal where those grieving a death of a loved one, or those who anticipate the imminent death of someone significant in their life, would be able to visit as often as they wished, to share their challenges, anger, guilt, and many more emotional struggles as they dealt with their grief.

Many people do not have the financial resources to pay for individual counseling because insurance rarely pays for it.

Also, it is often difficult to find a counselor who has experienced the exact type of death a bereaved individual has experienced.

Consequently, the bereaved winds up training the counselor and pays for the training, too.

The Mary Mac Show Community offers many features which I’ve been searching for over a long time.

Visit here to learn more and click on the link on the bottom of the page to join us.

We also provide our 7-day free feature to get you started; you can cancel at any time.

I look forward to seeing you in our community and getting to know you!

Mary Mac
xoxo