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The 5 Steps To Moving On After Loss/Grief And Re-Kindle Your Health, Happiness, And Energy with Christina Rasmussen: We have all experienced loss at one point or another. Maybe it is the passing of a loved one, our dream job, our partner breaking up with us, or maybe even moving away far from the place we have lived for years. No matter what, many end up grieving....

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We have all experienced loss at one point or another. Maybe it is the passing of a loved one, our dream job, our partner breaking up with us, or maybe even moving away far from the place we have lived for years. No matter what, many end up grieving. But that’s not all. In addition to going through the sadness, there is also the impact it has on your health and well-being. Think about it for a moment. How do you feel when you are sad and down? Do you feel healthy and energetic or down and tired? Staying in grief for too long, (and I am not trying to say you should not grieve. It is a natural process which we need to go through when experiencing loss), is without a doubt detrimental to your health and wellbeing. But what causes that? And more importantly, how do we start moving on and moving forward? This week, I’m interviewing Christina Rasmussen, author of the book Second Firsts and founder of Life Reentry Institute. Christina had the devastating experience of losing her husband to cancer at the age of 36. Her life changed from one moment to the other with the passing of her perter. The years following, she found herself in the waiting room, getting ready to start new and embrace her new life. In this interview, Christina will uncover the five steps to moving on after loss, and reignite your health, happiness, and energy. It is a very unique conversation, and it is definitely one worth listening to. With that said, I hope you will enjoy it! In this podcast, we’ll cover Why we end up in the waiting room after experiencing loss (and how to get out of it) Why ”Just give it time” is a bad advice for people who are mourning How loss affect your health Why can’t I move on? It could be your personality Why ”invisible losses” are the most unknown (and most problematic losses) The 5 steps to moving on after loss How to change your brain to move on (and why it is essential to your success)

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