Episode 79: Normalizing the Conversation on Grief and Loss with Lesleigh J. Tolin
Loss can occur in so many ways, and how we process the accompanying grief is an important step that is often overlooked. That’s why I am so excited to bring you my chat with psychotherapist and grief recovery specialist, Lesleigh J. Tolin, in today’s episode. She is passionate about her work teaching an evidence-based program that helps individuals feel alive again after loss.
In this episode, Lesleigh shares the transformative process of the Grief Recovery Method, her advice to help uplift someone experiencing loss, and the honorable & honest process of creating an end-of-life plan.
- The impact of our upbringing on how we experience grief & loss
- Some of the unspoken feminine grieving issues
- The power of making honest boundaries (and why we need to talk more about work/life integration)
- Why THIS is a key sign to look for when someone needs help
- What it means for a program to be called evidence-based
- And much more!
Connect with Lesleigh J. Tolin:
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