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Episode 36: A Mother's Grief with Lisa McFarland
In today’s podcast I introduce Lisa McFarland. Lisa is a mother who has thrived through significant grief from child loss, divorce and caring for a special needs child. You will hear her story and how her experiences have shaped her life, inevitably to help others. Lisa allows us to witness her raw emotions and struggles as she has traveled to the other side of grief. She shares her real life journey as she continues to thrive through relationships, her career and passion for life.
In a previous podcast I have spoken about my experience losing a child. Lisa and I share some very distinctive similarities in our journey through grief. Lisa is wonderful woman who has traveled through grief and has now dedicated her life to helping others.
Lisa also has three dynamic resources: 1. The Healing Path Podcast 2. Rooted in Connection Blog 3. Scars 2 Medals Online Group
You can learn more about Lisa and how she helps others at her website ~ www.lisamcfarland.com
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