Grieving Moms Podcast

68: 3 Ideas to Support You Through the Holidays

November 05, 2020 Megan Hillukka
Grieving Moms Podcast
68: 3 Ideas to Support You Through the Holidays
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Grieving Moms Podcast
68: 3 Ideas to Support You Through the Holidays
Nov 05, 2020
Megan Hillukka

Holiday season is a time for happiness and making good memories with your loved ones.

How can a grieving mom experience true happiness if she is still having intense pain and longing of her child?

In these special holiday episodes,I am going to help you in going through this holiday season.

Here are my practical tips for you:

1. Have a plan A, plan, B, and plan C.

  • Because you truly don’t know when a grief wave will hit, and it’s helpful to have something else you can do if you are just not feeling it that day.


2.  Let go of judgement of how your grief is supposed to be and ride the waves as they come.

  • Let yourself grieve, and if you do have moments of joy, allow those to come without judgment.

3. Allow yourself to say NO.

  •  Use no freely. When you are in deep grief, your tank is beyond empty and you have nothing left to give to others.

If you want to apply for a spot for 1:1 Grief Coaching, go to www.meganhillukka.com/griefcoaching

Join my free class on How to Get Through Grief on November 10th. This is for you if you are feeling stuck, lost, and unsure how to move forward. You can go to this link to register: https://hello71e5ca.clickfunnels.com/webinar-registrationsnm6y6nq


If you are a grieving mother and looking for others who know the pain of child loss, come join my free Grieving Moms Community Facebook group: www.meganhillukka.com/community

Show Notes

Holiday season is a time for happiness and making good memories with your loved ones.

How can a grieving mom experience true happiness if she is still having intense pain and longing of her child?

In these special holiday episodes,I am going to help you in going through this holiday season.

Here are my practical tips for you:

1. Have a plan A, plan, B, and plan C.

  • Because you truly don’t know when a grief wave will hit, and it’s helpful to have something else you can do if you are just not feeling it that day.


2.  Let go of judgement of how your grief is supposed to be and ride the waves as they come.

  • Let yourself grieve, and if you do have moments of joy, allow those to come without judgment.

3. Allow yourself to say NO.

  •  Use no freely. When you are in deep grief, your tank is beyond empty and you have nothing left to give to others.

If you want to apply for a spot for 1:1 Grief Coaching, go to www.meganhillukka.com/griefcoaching

Join my free class on How to Get Through Grief on November 10th. This is for you if you are feeling stuck, lost, and unsure how to move forward. You can go to this link to register: https://hello71e5ca.clickfunnels.com/webinar-registrationsnm6y6nq


If you are a grieving mother and looking for others who know the pain of child loss, come join my free Grieving Moms Community Facebook group: www.meganhillukka.com/community