Last week I sat down with EpioneMD coach and chaplain Sarah Byrne-Martelli to discuss her new book Memory Eternal: Living with Grief as Orthodox Christians.
Sarah originally wrote the book for her own faith tradition and she used her experience as a non-denominational chaplain to explore a modern universal perspective on grief.
In our first ever Coffee with the Coaches, we cover a lot of ground including:
- What grief really looks like
- Why grief is not a linear process through 5 stages
- The idea of “continuing bonds”
- How to cope with the holidays when you’re grieving
- How an abusive or difficult relationship affects the grieving process
- One simple, empathic way to comfort someone who is grieving
And so much more!
Once you’ve watched the video, I’d love to hear from you!
- What’s the biggest insight you’re taking away from this conversation?
- How could this insight help you or someone you love who is grieving?
Let me know in the comments below!
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Thank you so much for reading, watching, and sharing your own stories.
Ashwini Bapat, MD
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