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The Mary Mac Show | The Power of Faith

The Mary Mac Show Podcast

In Episode 121, we discuss how our faith is affected after a loved one’s death and ways to reestablish a firm foundation with our God.

One of the most difficult issues we deal with during our grieving process is what role God will play in your life.

Some rely on Him from day one and others fall into a love/hate role with Him.

Both are to be expected and some will go back and forth between that love and hate relationship.

We are not perfect human beings…we just aren’t.

We can’t figure out what His role in this death was.

Where was He when our loved one needed him at the end of their life?

That record goes around and around in our head.

And we try desperately to come to terms with it.

In Episode 121, we look at all these issues. The good, bad and even ugly.

And we share a strategy to move closer to Him in an attempt to draw in His comfort and love.

Take some time today to learn more.

Bless you my friend.
xoxo

Additional Notes:

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.

If you are grieving a loved one’s death, take the time to research a hotline with trained counselors to speak with.

The very best individuals to connect with are those who are suffering your exact type of death. Go here.

If my podcast has helped you, I’d love for you to buy me a coffee to show your support! My thanks!

The Mary Mac Show | Handling Anger

The Mary Mac Show Podcast

In Episode 117, we discuss how we deal with anger and the numerous individuals whom we still feel anger with including the person who died.

Not everyone feels anger toward anyone when they’ve experienced a loved one’s death.

But many do.

They feel anger at the entire situation.

They feel anger at how their life has changed because of the death.

They feel anger at the person who left them.

They feel anger at people who affected the one who died.

They may even have anger at themselves for what they think they did or did not do.

Yet, often, the people you might be feeling anger at don’t even know you harbor this against them.

So the person hurting is you. And only you.

Please listen in to this week’s episode so you can gain more knowledge about this issue.

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

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

Please subscribe, rate and review!

And I’d love you support by buying me a coffee.

Thank you.

The Mary Mac Show | Dealing with Anger

The Mary Mac Show Podcast

In Episode 95, we discuss the various individuals we feel anger toward after a loved one’s death and ways to handle it.

Not everyone who is grieving with feel anger.

But of those who do, it can range from mild to seriously significant.

This anger can actually severely affect the bereaved’s emotional, mental and physical health.

You might be one of them.

And if you are, I want you to take your anger very seriously because we don’t want you to become ill from this.

Yes, you might believe you have a right to feel this way for one reason or another.

But, often, the person you’re feeling anger at, doesn’t even know how mad you might be at them.

So the person hurting is you. And only you.

Please listen in to this week’s episode so you can gain more knowledge about this issue.

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

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

Please subscribe, rate and review!

And I’d love you support by buying me a coffee.

Thank you.

The Mary Mac Show | Emotional Challenges | Anger

The Mary Mac Show PodcastIn Episode 9, we discuss who and what we feel anger toward after a loved one’s death and how to handle it so it will not affect our emotional and physical health.

Anger is one life’s most serious emotions and, especially after experiencing the death of a loved one, it can rise to unimaginable levels which do not serve us.

We may be angry at the person who died (oh, no say it isn’t so), people who did not treat our loved ones well and may have caused their death, others who intentionally took their life, and eventually anger at ourselves for what we may or may not have said or did which we regret.

Listen to Episode 9 to learn more about anger and how to reduce it so it will lessen the affect it can have on your emotional and physical health. Remember to read the show notes for valuable links.

All Souls Day

Catholics around the world commemorate All Souls Day today, November 2nd. When I was a child I would attend service with my class. Later I would attend a lovely ceremony at one of the cemeteries where my loved ones were buried, under a beautiful white tent.

It seems to me today is a special day. A day to reflect not only on the lives who have left this world before us, but what you personally have endured since their deaths.

Good days, bad days, and sheer ugly days. Reaccessing where you’re heading without them. Recovering, if ever so slowly.

Sometimes you have that pity party and blame God for everything. This is natural and normal. I have yet to meet even the most devote person who hasn’t confided in me that they have bargained with Him for their loved one to somehow return, or being fiercely angry at the circumstances of their death or just simply because they aren’t here with them.

Remember, God is almighty. That means he can take you being livid with Him, regardless of what part you believe He played in your loved one’s death.

So on this day let us honor all the Souls who have gone before us and believe, one day, we’ll meet them again.