“All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.” – Henry Havelock Ellis
Dr. Sunita Iyer comes to us today with a unique perspective from working not only as a doctor but from also working as a social worker! By working intensely with traumatized teens and having traumatic experiences herself, she realized people need to know how to allow others to grieve.
In this episode you will learn:
How being triggered and trauma does not truly cut to the depth of that experience. How she explains grief.
Why Dr. Sunita LOVES the raw human experience of grief.
How grief work and parenting go hand and hand.
What grief looks like (hint, it’s not crying).
Dr. Sunita’s Blog | https://drsunita.blog/
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