It's one thing to lose your partner in death, but a whole layer of complexity, pain, anger and sometimes even guilt comes into play when you lose a partner, a soulmate, by suicide. Michelle Ann Collins is making that journey through grief and shares her thoughts in this candid episode. Listen in...
As the founder of Inhabit Joy, Michelle Ann Collins partners with individuals who have suffered grief, injury, or other types of loss as they recover, reclaim their wholeness, and build resilience for life’s inevitable challenges. After a series of losses, including the death of her mother, her husband’s suicide, and continued estrangements from primary family members, Michelle combined the tools she had collected as a yoga therapist and wellness coach and studies in positive psychology, neuroscience, meditation and mindfulness, and spirituality to turn post-traumatic stress disorder into post-traumatic growth and resilience. With the addition of a certification in grief education and several bestselling books in which she shares her story, Michelle is helping others transform from barely surviving to joyful thriving.
Michelle has authored two books, with a launch date of January 26th: Surviving Spouse or Partner Suicide Loss: A Mindful Guide for Your Journey through Grief and Supporting a Survivor of Spouse or Partner Suicide Loss: A Mindful Guide for Co-journeying through Grief.
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Music by Kevin MacLeod