51. Guest: Krista St-Germain, Using Grief to Your Advantage

grief Dec 11, 2021

Don’t be too quick to skip this one just because it’s about grief. Grief does not only apply to losing loved ones. Grief is also part of the way we experience relationships with ourselves and others. The way we interact with grief matters. And it is, in our experience, a regular part of personal transformation. If you’ve ever found yourself thinking: “I should have done it differently.” “My best days are behind me.“ “That was my shot.” (And it’s gone, that was it. No more.) If you recognize these ideas from your own life, then come dig deeper what role grief plays in all of this. How we can make the most of our experience with grief and use it to our advantage. How to approach it in a more intentional, empowering way. How to begin to process your grief in a way that allows you to move forward:

  • in your relationship with self/others
  • in your marriage-in your life
  • in forming new habits.

Love your way into change instead of hate/shame yourself into shame. Post traumatic growth. Is there a “right” way to grieve? Our guest is Krista St-Germain. She is a fellow life coach certified through the Life Coach School. She’s easy to talk to and has a fresh, empowering approach to grief. Her focus is on helping widowed moms. If what Krista said jives with you, go find her HERE.

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Lindsay and Danny Poelman are certified life coaches and are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Danny helps guys to stop looking at pornography (and be happy about it) and make their real life and/or marriage what they want it to be. Lindsay helps women let go of the fantasy marriage that doesn’t exist and create the marriage of their dreams in real life.