Grief & Guts

47: Let Go Of Guilt - An Interview with Lisa Price

Episode Summary

Lisa Price joins the show, as a bereaved mom and founder of Better, Not Bitter Lisa knows the overwhelming path of not only grief, but in finding growth through it. She shares the range of emotions that can bring, the process she coaches others to implement and the resources she has created to help bereaved mothers and anyone else navigating grief, shift energy from bitter, to better.

Episode Notes

Lisa Price joins the show, as a bereaved mom and founder of Better, Not Bitter Lisa knows the overwhelming path of not only grief, but in finding growth through it. She shares the range of emotions that can bring, the process she coaches others to implement and the resources she has created to help bereaved mothers and anyone else navigating grief, shift energy from bitter, to better.

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About this podcast:

Grief, Guts & Smoothies. These three things changed my life – they might change yours too. Each episode we abandon our comfort zones to get a little gutsy and hold space to grow into stronger versions of ourselves.

In 2014, the birth of my daughter Leyden changed my entire world. Four months later, grief shattered it. I was broken, scared, lost, angry and hopeless. I didn’t want to live and wasn’t really sure how to.

I sought every means to “fight” grief: researching, joining parent groups, and I even traveled outside of the country twice, to hear world-renowned grief speaker Dr. Raymond Moody.

Disappointed, I discovered like all adversities in life, there is no way to “beat” grief. But, thankfully, there were effective strategies I could employ when navigating such choppy waters. Whether it was understanding the gut-brain connection, or getting gutsy in my ability to face discomfort, the tools I learned, truly saved my life.

There are not nearly enough resources to support each other through uncomfortable challenges – be it loss of a job, a relationship, a sense of self…or life. Talking about uncomfortable things, well that takes guts. And we are going to get really gutsy here.

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