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The Mary Mac Show | Emotional Challenges | Loneliness and Isolation

The Mary Mac Show PodcastOne of the most difficult aspects of the grieving process is when we deal with loneliness, feeling alone and isolation to protect ourselves from further pain.

In Episode 13, we differentiate between being lonely and feeling alone. We can be around many people but still, inside, we feel alone.

As our grieving process proceeds, we sometimes believe it’s better to isolate ourselves because so many people just don’t understand what we are going through. They haven’t experienced the death of a spouse, parent, child or sibling. So they just can’t feel what you’re feeling.

Sometimes they don’t follow through on visiting us or doing something for us that they promised to do and we wonder why.

But at some point, whether we like it or not, we need to slowly move from our place of isolation and build a new life for ourselves. And even though that is so unfair, it is very unhealthy to linger in the pity-party stage.

Listen to Episode 13, so you can better understand these emotions and what to do to help yourself.

Tapping To Transform Your Life | Learning the Emotional Freedom Technique

Have you ever wished you could find a way to calm your emotions and pain without drugs or alcohol or other mind-altering substances?

Well, I asked myself that question for years, suffered in silence and then in the mid-1990’s I learned of an amazing process called The Emotional Freedom Technique, created by Gary Craig, which has given me so much leverage against all the craziness this world dishes out on a regular basis.

Starting Monday, February 24th, 2020, the annual Emotional Freedom Technique/EFT or Tapping Summit will begin an online ten-day summit which is free to join.

Simply click on the above link, sign up with first name and email, and you will learn what this is all about. Yes, it may look and sound silly, but what do you care?

If this is something that will help you deal with all the emotional and physical pain of grieving the death of a loved one, isnt’t it worth your time to check it out?

And EFT is not only for grieving. You can use it for anything that you may be struggling with. From limiting beliefs, to weight loss, to financial challenges, it will work for you.

So take this link and make this happen for yourself each evening. It will be one of the most important teachings you ever take advantage of for both yourself and everyone you love, even your children and teens.

Listen to Episode 12, which I published a little earlier this week (Friday instead of Sunday) so you could spend the weekend learning about it and prepare your week accordingly.

On the podcast, I explain everything.

So go listen now.

Can’t wait to read your reaction and comments below.


The Mary Mac Show | Emotional Challenges | Guilt and Regret

The Mary Mac Show PodcastIn Episode 11, we discuss the guilt and regret we feel after a loved one’s death and how to help soothe ourselves using the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).

Some of the most painful emotions during the grieving process are dealing with those which we can’t change or make right. They may be real for us, or sometimes imagined.

But, nonetheless, they are still there and must be dealt with otherwise we carry a burden for months, maybe years, and feel there is no way to resolve it.

The Emotional Freedom Technique is an amazing way to help ourselves release this pain and other emotions so we can move forward during our journey.

There is no reason we must feel so burdened or stress any longer.

Go to the show notes and click on all links and learn about EFT, how it is done, and specific videos for guilt, regret and unforgiveness.

Listen into Episode 11 here.

The Mary Mac Show | Are We Ever Prepared?

The Mary Mac Show PodcastNo matter when we ourselves die or when someone we love dies, are we ever truly prepared?

We might think if we had a longer time to think about our death or someone else’s, as in the case of a terminal or chronic illness, that somehow it will be easier because we expected it.

And we might think that if someone died suddenly from a tragic accident, murder, suicide, military or law enforcement death or natural disaster like hurricane, flood, etc., somehow that would be an even more difficult death to live with.

But chances are good, we won’t be satisfied with how they died or the timing of their death. We still want them here with us regardless how they died and when.

And if they were reckless, that adds to the drama.

One of the most important things I want this podcast to achieve is what I’ve always wanted for the people I’ve helped for over three decades. And that is to help you become more emotionally stable during your grieving process.

I want you to learn skills on how to help yourself function better.

In this episode I introduce you to Brad Yates, who practices EFT, the Emotional Freedom Technique, which I strongly recommend you learn for all your emotional needs. He has helped me tremendously over the years and you will be so amazed at what it can do for you! (More links in the show notes.)

Grief is messy but I want you to gain as much control as possible.

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