The Widowed Mom Podcast
by Krista St-Germain
October 31, 2022 6:00 pm
The Widowed Mom Podcast offers practical and empowering strategies for widowed moms who believe in the possibility of loving life again but sometimes worry their best days are behind them. If you want more than traditional therapy and grief groups can offer, if you’re stuck in an emotional pattern and feel like you can’t get free, if you want help navigating the unique challenges of being a widowed mom with support that is uplifting and honest, this is the podcast for you. In each episode, Certified Life Coach, widow and mom, Krista St-Germain, will teach you small, manageable steps and techniques to help uncover what’s holding you back and show you how to create a future you can actually look forward to. You may not believe it yet but you CAN move through your grief and live a life you love. If you want to learn more, head over to coachingwithkrista.com.
If you find yourself not trusting your own authority or constantly judging your emotional experience, the good news is it’s just science. The remedy? Getting out of your head and into your body’s wisdom. Functional medicine Nurse Practitioner and Master Certified life coach Victoria Albina is on the show this week to dive into the nervous system science behind your automatic reactions, and her favorite ways for coming back to and tuning into your body.
Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.coachingwithkrista.com/179
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174. Be Done Apologizing1 month ago
173. Weight Loss and Grief: An Interview with Dr. Katrina Ubell2 months ago
172. Widows Like Us: An Interview with Pam Demke2 months ago
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