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The Beautiful Side of Grief

Helen Morris



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Wife Widow What Now

• 54 min

At 28 most of us are thinking marriage, a home, perhaps children… for Rachel Engstrom it was about surviving the journey with her husband through leukemia, then loss. At 31 she was having to reboot her life without a map to show her the way. She never would have thought she would go from a widow alone in her house, crying, jobless husbandless, childless, to excited to talking on podcasts and being an advocate to say 'you're going to be okay'. You don’t want to miss: How to navigate the various stages when severe illness catches you unawares How keeping a positive mindset can get you through Why it's okay to take time out for YOU PLUS, how getting through massive loss helped Rachel get through her own major health issues!    Links and resources: Access your FREE resources at or HERE Follow me on Instagram: @healing2bu_ Facebook: TheBeautifulSideofGrief For more about me and what I do Check out my website Rachel's links Website link to book: Facebook: IG: @wifewidownowwhat Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss out on any of my weekly interviews and resources. And, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a rating and a review? Thanks! Thanks, Gabe Dovaston for the great music! Quote: "I never would have thought I would have been that widow alone in my house, crying, jobless husband-less, child-less, to excited to talk to someone like you and be an advocate to say you're going to be okay." ~ Rachel Engstrom

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