Please Share Your Best Tips to Heal from Death or Loss

Heart acheRecently, as I shared here, my mom — who passed away recently after a year-long battle with stage 4 lung cancer — taught me how to die with grace, dignity and joie de vivre

Right now, to be honest with you, I'm not back to my usual effervescent self. 

I'm realizing that I need time to heal.

So I'm exploring many ways to heal after my loss — and to do so with an open mind and self-compassion. For instance, I'm taking Zumba and Nia classes; crying when I need to; writing quite a bit; listening to soothing music; doing bereavement counseling; and exploring various healing modalities. 

Today, after a challenging Thanksgiving weekend during which I really missed very much, I invite you to share your favorite tactics to heal after loss.

Please let me know what's worked for you after you've lost a parent or other loved one or after you've suffered another loss. Also, please share your favorite books, too. I look forward to hearing your ideas.   

By the way, I'm gearing up to help you sugar addicts next year. In honor of Cyber Monday, I'm offering a special rate at my upcoming Sugar Freedom Course, which begins Jan. 9. Get more info and sign up here now.

Sugar was once my go-to "drug." Now, I'm an ex-sugar-addicted journalist. ALL 44 of my baffling ailments vanished after I reluctantly kicked the sweet stuff and quickie carbs in 1998. Now, I’m author of the expose, Sugar Shock (Berkley Books, 2006) and Beyond Sugar Shock (Hay House, 2012), which gives you a simple, proven plan to kick sweets. My next book, Crush Your Crazy Cravings™ -- which I'm now completing -- will give you easy, tested tools to squash your cravings for sugar, salt and fatty foods. I’m also a motivational speaker, certified life coach, certified health coach, media guest, and Gab with the Gurus host. I'm also organizer for the upcoming Sugar World Summit. Let’s connect on social media!

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