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So many of us have suffered all kinds of loss (i.e. loved ones, relationships, jobs, money, homes, innocence) throughout our lives, some of which knocked us on our butts!

Lyn Prashant, PhD is CEO and Founder of Integrative Grief Therapy. In the Art of Degriefing Part 1, Dr. Prashant and I discuss grief and reframing it to aid your healing. According to Dr. Prashant, "Love is not the reason we grieve... IT'S ATTACHMENT. We don’t get over loss. We change our relationship to it."

Loss is a part of the human condition, and grief can occur around any kind of loss, not just the loss of a loved one. So, why do we have so much difficulty accepting death, even when we know it’s expected from an existing illness, even though we know everyone dies. Why are so many stuck in grief?

Lyn Prashant, PhD is CEO and Founder of Integrative Grief Therapy. In the Art of Degriefing Part 2, Dr. Prashant and I discuss non-death losses and approaches to transform your grief and get unstuck. Again, according to Dr. Prashant, "Love is not the reason we grieve... IT'S ATTACHMENT."

The Power of Synergy with Gabrielle Cardona

Guests, Derek J. Wilson, an Australian living in Orange Country, CA and the Gabrielle's husband, Mr. Cardona

Raising Expectations with Pastor Joe Schofield, Stefanie and Dr Craig Thayer, Dr Paul Hall, and Ron Greer

Friends this week on Raising Expectations our wonderful team at Raising Expectations: Pastor Joe Schofield, Stefanie and Dr Craig Thayer, Dr Paul Hall all Talk, Sharing Life Stories and the Impact of God on All Our Lives.

License Therapist, Transformational coach, Ordained Minister, Motivational Speaker, Author, Actress

Reclaiming Authenticity with Dr James Houck

Dissolving the knots of the mind, transforming into oneness!

Awakening Matters with Cynthia Slon

Trauma and events out of our control. Dealing with fear!

Everything is connected to what was, what is and what can be! Connecting to the information in no time!

Financial Fitness with The Money Doctor with Frances Rahaim, Ph.D.

How many politicians does it take to solve a $22 trillion Social Security deficit? Established in 1940, when the average check was about $20 (about $440 in today’s dollars). Many retirees today receive checks well below the poverty level. Since 1985, the trustees have been warning about the future of Social Security could be doomed. If no changes are made by 2033, we could be looking at a 23% cut across-the-board. Who is to blame and what can you do about it? Listen in and find out!