After experiencing the devastating loss of her husband in an accident that she personally witnessed, our guest this week went on a journey to not only work through her own grief, but also create a space for other women who had been through similar experiences to come together, heal, and experience personal GROWTH..
One day, Malkie Gordon Hirsch received a phone call that would forever change her life. She was told that her husband had collapsed at work and had passed away. She was then left to not only navigate through her own grief but also try to help her five children process through the loss of their father.
After losing her husband, Maria Quiban decided to offer her story through her powerful book, You Can’t Do It Alone, where she shares insights on how to navigate grief as a caregiver and find the support that will carry you through your darkest of times.
Grief is incredibly difficult to process through and understand. Navigating through the grief of losing a child is something that could potentially destroy someone. We have a returning guest, the incredible Anne Moss Rogers who sheds light on the hope found within grief and the process of healing after losing a child to death by suicide.
Many of you have heard me mention a dear friend of mine named Holly, who we unfortunately lost way too soon several years ago. I had the honor of interviewing her two beautiful daughters to discuss this very vulnerable topic of grief and hear how they have navigated through the process of losing someone so special to them.
In today’s episode, I share with you why this topic is so dear to my heart. Although I have not personally experienced grief in the sense of losing someone close to me unexpectedly, I recently experienced a deep fear of the unknown of grief. I have so many questions about it and have realized that I know little about the topic.