Episode 073: The Dark Molasses Trenches of Grief

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The Dark Molasses Trenches of Grief

Grief comes to visit all of us on occasion. It is its own size. It can feel like a presence in our life. It manifests in different ways for each of us. In this episode, Amy discusses some of the grief she is dealing with, some of the ways it manifests, and some of the strategies she is using to get through it in her life.


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  1. Christine

    Oh my gosh, Amy. Thank you for being so raw and real. I admire you and your courageous way of living out loud.

    I too have lost both parents, my only sibling to death and the man I thought was my husband to his addiction and infidelity–the ‘death’ of the marriage I thought I had and the husband I thought he was. So much grief.

    Thank you for the reminder of the imperativeness of what I hate, hate, hate “The only way past grief is through it.”

    One day, one hour, one minute at a time.

    Sending you a huge hug.

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