478. Michelle Collins – Surviving Spouse or Partner Suicide Loss and Why It’s Important to Talk About Death

In this episode Michelle and I talk about why it is so important to talk about death. We discuss grief, loss and the power of healing over time. We also get into an interesting discussion about immortality and whether it would be a good thing or not?

As the founder of Inhabit Joy, Michelle Ann Collins partners with individuals who have suffered grief, injury, or other types of loss as they recover, reclaim their wholeness, and build resilience for life’s inevitable challenges. After a series of losses, including the death of her mother, her husband’s suicide, and continued estrangements from primary family members, Michelle combined the tools she had collected as a yoga therapist and wellness coach and studies in positive psychology, neuroscience, meditation and mindfulness, and spirituality to turn post-traumatic stress disorder into post-traumatic growth and resilience. With the addition of a certification in grief education and several bestselling books in which she shares her story, Michelle is helping others transform from barely surviving to joyful thriving. Deeply connected with the healing powers of nature, Michelle spends her leisure time hiking among the trees or paddling on the rivers near her home in Portland, Oregon.

If you want any more info: www.inhabitjoy.com

LinkedIn: Michelle Ann (Mendelson) Collins | LinkedIn

IG: @michelleanncollins_

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inhabitjoy/

Twitter: @micheanncollins

Coming January 26, 2023

Surviving Spouse or Partner Suicide Loss: A Mindful Guide for Your Journey through Grief


Supporting a Survivor of Spouse or Partner Suicide Loss: A Mindful Guide for Co-journeying through Grief

Intro music by Wordsmith: http://www.wordsmithmusic.com

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