During my father’s cancer battle, I stayed busy. After he died, I refused to grieve for fear of completely breaking down. If only I had Kris Carr’s incredible new book on mourning which we dive deep into in this week’s episode. You may know Kris as a best-selling author and wellness leader, who’s been thriving with stage IV cancer for more than 20 years. But what shook her to her core was not her own cancer journey, but the death of her father to pancreatic cancer in recent years. Today, we connect around both our fathers’ passing and share all our best tips with you around fear, uncertainty, death, and spiritual growth. Learn:
🔹What is a “rupture” and how do we care for ourselves in times of rupture?
🔹The difference between fear and anxiety, and why anxiety is a “habit”
🔹Why anger is an “iceberg” that accompanies grief and how to cope with intense emotions.
🔹How to cultivate faith the unseen and turn your life into a treasure hunt to connect with those who have passed on.
If you’ve lost a parent, child, or loved-one, do NOT miss this episode with one of our era’s wellness leaders.
GUEST EXPERT: Kris Carr | kriscarr.com | New Book: I’m Not a Mourning Person
Kris Carr is a multiple New York Times best-selling author and wellness leader, who’s been thriving with stage 4 cancer for more than 20 years. She’s a member of Oprah’s SuperSoul 100, recognizing the most influential thought-leaders today and subject and director of the documentary Crazy Sexy Cancer
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