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In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss an email from a viewer who shares how studying my work has changed his outlook on life, relationships and his own emotions. Recently, his son passed away unexpectedly about three weeks ago. He spent time feeling and being present with his sadness, but he did not let it hijack him to the point that he got stuck in an endless loop of suffering and guilt due to some emotional strategies he has learned from me. I discuss what our emotions mean, how to experience them fully and how to feel the pain that is there, but be able to quickly move on and get back to enjoying life. How this approach can also help you quickly get over a breakup, loss of a job or major setbacks in life.
“Everyone has to deal with setbacks and disappointments in life. The key is to not let difficult life events such as sudden job loss, death of a loved one, breakups, business failure, rejection, etc., hijack you and keep you in an endless loop of suffering, anger, disappointment, etc. Emotions and problems are a sign of life. However, most people do not feel comfortable experiencing their emotions, especially the unpleasant ones. When a negative life event happens and we try to avoid the emotions it brings on, this emotional energy gets stored as muscle tension in our nervous system. This causes health problems as we age. What you resist in life will persist. The solution is to be authentically present with, embrace and feel the emotion without judgment or resistance to feel it and heal it. By letting the emotion overcome you so you can experience the anger, fear, pain, sadness, loss, etc., this will allow the energy to move through your nervous system, dissolve and lose it’s negative charge and ability to hijack you emotionally. This is exactly how children experience emotions before friends, family and society forces its dysfunctional emotional avoidance patterns onto them. Kids are our greatest teachers.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne
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Coping with the loss of a loved one, either through death or separation. May Allah reunite all the hearts in Jannah. Ameen.
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How To Deal With Death & The Story Of Losing My Dad4 years ago today my dad was supposed to pick me up from the airport, but instead God picked him up from Earth...I hope these ways of dealing with loss help you and sharing my story of my dad might help comfort someone else's heart to know my story too. Please feel all my hugs! SUBSCRIBE TO ME HERE: http://bit.ly/1GoV9M8
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There has been lots of tragic events, people dying, people shot and killed, people committing suicide, people being killed in accidents, so many hurtful and awful things. I wanted to give some comfort and ways that have helped me deal with the death of my dad.
I hope the pain and grief that I've been through will help encourage or comfort someone heart with a few ways to deal with the loss of a loved one.
There isn't too much advice on dealing with someone you love dying, someone being killed, someone just leaving this Earth and I hope this helps just one person, hopefully many more, because it hurts very much and you can feel very alone. I want you to know you're not alone and can be strong and get get through it all and know that you're loved. I love you very much!
What Not to Say to Someone Who is Grieving | Kay WarrenIt is hard to know what to say to someone who is grieving. Kay Warren shares some practical advice for what to say and how to support people going through grief and loss.
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This is simply a video I’ve put together where I would like to pray for anyone within the sound of my voice.
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Speak it daily or listen to this video over and over again and allow the Word of God concerning this prayer for grieving and strength to reach deep into your spirit.
Mark 11:20-25, 1 Corinthians 6: 19–20, Psalms 103: 3-5, 107:20, John 1:14, Isaiah 53:4–5, Proverbs 4:21–22, Romans 8:11, 3 John 2, Hebrews 4:16, Psalm 50:15, Psalm 56:13, Psalm 103:4, 2 Timothy 1:7, John 20:23, 2 Timothy 2:26, Ephesians 6:12, Colossians 1:13, Romans 8: 2, James 1:8, 21, Galatians 1:3-5, Ezekiel 22:30, Matthew 12: 29, James 5:15, first Corinthians 6: 19–20, Psalm 107:20, John 1:14, Isaiah 53:4–5, Proverbs 4:21–22, Psalm 103:3-5, Romans 8:11, 3 John 2, Psalm 32:5–7, 1 John 1:9, Deuteronomy 30:19, Psalm 139:13-16, Ephesians 2:10, 2 Timothy 1:7, Isaiah 54:4, Isaiah 61:3, Ephesians 5: 19, Romans 4:24–25, Isaiah 61:1, Mark 11:25, Hebrews 13:5–6, Proverbs 20:27, John 16:13, Romans 8:18, Isaiah 53:5, Romans 5:3-5, Job 22:30, psalm 144:7–8, Psalm 146:7–8, Psalm 147:3-6, Psalm 147:15, Isaiah 29:23–24, Isaiah 43:5-7, Isaiah 49:25, Jeremiah 31:16–17, Jeremiah 46:27, Luke 1:17, 2 Timothy 2:9, 2 Timothy 3:2–9, 15, 2 Timothy 4:18, Titus 1:11, Hebrews 1:14, John 10:10, Luke 13:11–12, John 8:32, 10:10, 14:6, Philippians 1:6, 3:13–14, Romans 6:4, 8:2,
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Prayers for grieving parents or anyone going through the loss of someone special can be very hard. Prayer for grieving loved ones is so important because it gives them strength. If God brings someone to your mind be sure to take a moment to lift them up in prayer. God bless you!
Grief Counselling - How to Let Your Client Talk About Their Loved OneAlthough there are many ways of comforting and supporting a grieving person, many people don’t know what to do or say when someone they know has experienced a loss.
As therapists, we may need to help grieving clients eventually learn how to stop grief from continually burdening their lives.
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Scriptures For Those Dealing With Grief and BereavementChristian Audio Bible Meditation: Dealing With Grief Or Bereavement. Encouraging scriptures for anyone who has lost someone or is in mourning. Piano music playing in the background.
Prayer for Strength when Grievinghttp://www.prayerscapes.com present "Prayer for Strength when Grieving", a prayer suitable for praying when mourning the loss of a loved one. The prayer is accompanied by images of beautiful pink blossoming trees and gentle instrumental music. The soundtrack to this film is entitled "Heaven Adores You" and is taken from the meditative instrumental album "Rhythms of Grace" by Prayerscapes, available here http://www.prayerscapes.com/music/instrumental_album_rhythms.html
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Lord, at the moment nothing seems to be able to help the loss I feel.
My heart is broken and my spirit mourns
All I know is that Your grace is sufficient.
This day, this hour
Moment by moment
I choose to lean on You,
For when I am at my weakest Your strength is strongest.
I pour out my grief to You
And praise You that on one glorious day
When all suffering is extinguished and love has conquered
We shall walk together again
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Death of a Loved One - Omar Suleiman - Quran WeeklyWhether we are prepared or not, we will be forced to deal with the struggle of losing a loved one. Sh. Omar Suleiman talks about the proper Islamic etiquette of dealing with this loss. And Allah is better for the deceased than whatever is in this world.
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Guided meditation Healing loss of a loved oneI understand this is a re-upload but thought it deserved a second chance. If this video could help someone in their time of grief with the death and loss of a loved one please pass it on by sharing. I hope this guided meditation helps.
Grieving & Healing: Pastor Rick WarrenWhen a friend loses a loved one, what's the right thing to say? Nothing -- just be there, advises Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in California. The support of friends helped him through his grief after the death of his son, Warren told Lifescript at the 2014 Clinton Foundation Health Matters Conference. Watch this video, to hear more of Warren's advice.
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When A Loved One Commits Suicide | Ganel-Lyn CondieSpeaker and author, Ganel-Lyn Condie, talks about her sister's suicide and offers hope, healing, and advice for anyone who is struggling to overcome grief.
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Death & loss of a loved one is something we will all experience at some point in our lives. Learning to let go of someone close to you, and dealing with grief, sadness and loss is tough.
How do you do it? Especially when your emotions are so intense?
It's not something school ever really teaches you is it?
Maybe you've even heard of the 7 stages of grief. But you still feel sad and angry and hurt.
What do you do?
1.) Tuesdays With Morrie
Morrie Schwartz talks about allowing yourself to completely feel the emotion, instead of pushing it away, and then after exhausting it, learning to let it go.
The truth is there is no step by step process here. Grief is going to be different for all of us, and won't be the same each time we experience it. Instead of seeing it like a step by step tick box exercise, imagine its like a clockface.
You will cycle through the emotions revolving around them and over time you will get better at dealing with these emotions.
2.) Emotional pain is like physical pain
Emotional loss and pain triggers the same pain receptors in your brain as breaking your leg or losing a limb
So if you lost your leg - how long would it take to heal? Imagine the same process, but for your emotional pain. You're going to need to take things a bit slower, and put your energy into healing properly and dealing with the new challenges you face day to day.
3.) You Can't Control Your Emotions, Only Manage Them
Your feelings are going to come and go, and trying to ignore or suppress them through willpower won't work. Work by Psychologist Steve Peters shows that the part of the brain responsible for emotions is more powerful than the one for logic & rationality.
Imagine your emotions are like a little chimp. And it's angry and upset. You can't defeat it because it's stronger than you and less intelligent. So when you feel sad, imagine you're dealing with a baby chimp that's sad. How would you deal with it then? Ignoring it won't work. It will just scream louder.
You have to acknowledge it, and express it and be patient with it. So that part of your brain feels heard and cared for.
4.) Learn Your Own Mortality
Use this experience to learn how precious life is and how fragile it is. Being mindful of the fact that its all going to end, helps you be more focused on what's really important.
When we experience death, that's the deeper truth we're facing. The lesson of impermanence. Things are uncertain, random, and not permanent.
Can we learn to be fully present, not hold back and still be able to be detached and free from our own need for certainty? Balance is key.
5.) Become Their Legacy
When a person dies, they leave behind all their dreams and aims for the future. And we can use this experience to learn from the way they lived their lives and the example they set to follow.
What did they stand for? What was there to learn from them?
Use these lessons and become their legacy.
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Coping with the loss of a loved one can be one of the most difficult things that any of us have to go through in our lives. Particularly in the case of fatal accidents, when the loss is unexpected.
Grief manifests in both emotional and physical symptoms. Once these emotional and physical symptoms are understood as part of the grieving process, they can be endured with patience. Self-blame and avoiding your emotions are destructive in these situations; if you are coping with grief, your priority must be to take care of yourself. Others can provide the support you need during your difficult time.
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How To Overcome the Pain of Losing a Loved OnePastor Charles Nieman shares how God helped him overcome his pain and feelings of loss after the passing of his wife of 45 years.
Overcoming Grief and Loneliness by Joyce Meyer'For he supposed his brethren would have understood how that God by his hand would deliver them: but they understood not.'
12 Suggestions for Dealing with Grief and LossCounselor Carl (http://serenityonlinetherapy.com) offers 12 suggestions for coping with grief and loss, which can leave grievers feeling lost, confused, and disoriented. He states that grief is not what we expect it to be and self-care is most important in navigating the rocky waters of a major loss. He offers a roadmap for how to deal and cope with grief while stressing the importance of not trying to grieve alone. He explains how to turn suffering into sacred pain and love. Counselor Carl's straight-forward teaching style makes complex concepts easy to understand. Counselor Carl is a licensed, professional counselor with 19 years of clinical experience both online and face-to-face.
When Someone You Love Dies,There Is No Such Thing as Moving On | Kelley Lynn | TEDxAdelphiUniversityHer proudest accomplishment continues to be when she was blocked on Twitter by President Donald Trump. Lynn has a B.F.A. in Theatre from Adelphi University, where she went on to teach courses in acting and stand-up comedy for the past 16 years. You can see more of her work at ripthelifeiknew.com.
Stand-up comedian, actor and writer Kelley Lynn has performed in the same lineups with Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan and Elayne Boosler. Lynn is probably best known for her comedy videos on YouTube; her most recent video, “I’ve McFallen,” has been viewed over 50 million times worldwide. She’s also known for her scathingly funny TV reviews of shows like “The Bachelor” and “Dancing with the Stars.” The latter show’s host, Tom Bergeron, tweeted that Lynn was “witty and wonderfully snarky.”
Lynn is also a regular presenter at the “Soaring Spirits International” annual events called “Camp Widow,” a three-day conference held in the U.S. and Canada for widowed men and women. She is currently writing her first book, My Husband Is Not a Rainbow: The Brutally Awful, Hilarious Truth About Life, Love, Grief, and Loss, with a tentative release date of winter 2017. Her proudest accomplishment continues to be when she was blocked on Twitter by President Donald Trump. Lynn has a B.F.A. in Theatre from Adelphi University, where she went on to teach courses in acting and stand-up comedy for the past 16 years. You can see more of her work at ripthelifeiknew.com.
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Resilient Woman Gives Advice on Dealing With Sudden Tragedy | The SceneNora McInerny lost her husband, father and had a miscarriage...all in a period of six weeks. Nora offers sage advice to others going through difficult times.
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Tips to Get Through the Grieving Process -- Dr. PhilCrystal says her husband was shot and killed by a man who he thought was a good friend. The gunman claims self-defense — but was it?
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H H Dalai Lama: Coping with Loss and SorrowIn this clip H.H. the Dalai Lama answers a question about how to deal with sorrow, loss and sadness when losing a loved one.
Recorded on 11th of February, 2015 in Bella Center (Copenhagen, Denmark).
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"Coping With The Death of A Loved One" Timothy Flemming - The Greatest Sermon Ever on Death 1998The legendary Rev. Timothy Flemming Sr. the Sonorous, Bible-Fulinating Orator And Gifted FireBrand Pulpiteer Of Our Time, preached his famous sermon "Coping With The Death of A Loved One" from the series on Coping.
Everything around them is still there, dealing with sudden loss | Marieke Poelmann | TEDxUtrechtIn 2010 Marieke Poelmann, 22 at the time, suddenly lost her parents as a result of a plane crash. It took her several years to see that bad things in life do not necessarily have to define you. In her talk she discusses her loss and how she learned to cope with it, and as a result came out a stronger person.
Marieke Poelmann wrote a book about losing her parents in the airplane crash in Tripoli in 2010. “It took me several years to see that bad things in life don't necessarily define you as a person. When I suddenly lost both of my parents at 22, I thought my life was over too. Finally, I realized that there is one part of them I could never loose: the part that is in me. Slowly I got back onto my own two feet, gained strength and became an adult. In this process, against all my expectations, good things started happening again. I got to be who I wanted to be. It brought me far beyond anything I had ever imagined.” Poelmann is a writer and a freelance journalist. She studied Media and Journalism at the University of Amsterdam and worked as a producer for the Dutch news and current affairs program ‘Nieuwsuur’ in New York. Currently she is writing her second book, a fiction novel.
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"How to deal with grief and loss of a loved one?" - Sadhguruhttp://www.ishafoundation.org/
A seeker asks Sadhguru how one deals with grief and the loss of a loved one. Sadhguru discusses grief, death, relationships and humanity. (TO35)
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There is no right or wrong way to deal with the loss of a loved one. The grieving process is rough—and it's different for everyone. It's not just a matter of coping with a loss, but coping with change—and that takes time.
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