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Grief and Groundwork | Madison Eshelman

• 57 min

Even a psychology degree doesn't prepare you for the depths unexpected grief can take you. Madison Eshelman discusses with me the severe depression and anxiety she experienced after the loss of her ex-partner, her journey through that, and the power of neuroplasticity in her healing. She shares so many great insights around this. You don’t want to miss: How we can begin to heal only when we begin to feel How your ability to grieve well or not runs much deeper than the major loss How tapping into your core feelings leads to healing PLUS, get access to the feeling and change triangle resources!    Please note that this episode deals with the subject of suicide. If this brings up unwanted feelings please reach out to your local or national crisis and support centres, or a supportive friend or colleague. Don't feel like you have to deal with these feelings alone 💚   Links and resources: Access your FREE resources HERE Follow me on Instagram: @healing2bu_ Facebook: TheBeautifulSideofGrief For more about me and what I do Check out my website Madison's links Website: Facebook: IG:   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: "…healing is possible and depression and anxiety are not your destiny." ~ Madison Eshelman

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