What Am I Risking By Not Facing My Trauma And Pain?

There’s no right or wrong in grief

with Tommy Rosen

In this episode of In the Circle, we’re joined by Ron who brings a courageous and important inquiry to our community: What am I risking by not facing my trauma and pain?

Having lost his son due to a skiing accident eight years ago, Ron has firsthand experience navigating through intense grief and loss. I think we are all intuitively aware that something negative will occur if we do not face the emotional challenges of our lives. Yet we rarely ask ourselves, what exactly am I giving up if I don’t face it?

On the surface, this will seem like a tragic story, but something quite extraordinary has taken place. I want to share my gratitude for this inquiry and for bringing such a delicate and important matter to the table.

 There is no right or wrong way to deal with grief.

– Tommy Rosen, In The Circle Podcast

Tommy discusses:

  • Why we need to face our grief head-on
  • A better way of dealing with grief and loss
  • The link between spirituality and longevity
  • Can we continue thriving after losing a loved one?
  • How can we make better choices with our pain?

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