Dr. Robert Wright Jr. author, de-stressor expert and founder of Stress Free Now talks with Sharon Sayler host of Life Interrupted Radio and founder of Competitive Edge Communications about major life stressors including anxiety, grief and chronic pain, as well as bringing into focus recovery from “mother-loss” grief.
Dr. Bob shares with us:
- What is the purpose of grief
- Recovery begins when you learn how to be comfortable again
- How to talk about the loss with family and friends including your kids
- Develop the strategies to integrate the loss instead of desensitize from life
- Discover how to relieve stress and the sense of helplessness and hopelessness
Dr. Robert Wright Jr. author and de-stressor expert and founder of Stress Free Now talks with Sharon Sayler about major life stressors which include anxiety, grief and chronic pain, as well as bringing into focus mother loss grief.
08:21 – Not being allowed sufficient time to grieve – did this happen to you?
14:20 – Did you know that grief actually helps to reset the nervous system? Dr. Bob explains all about it.
17:25 – Have you experienced a normal or complicated grieving process?
26:15 – The importance of allowing others to help.
35:24 – How to know when you’ve moved to the healing recovery stage.
40:32 – Saying the right thing and how to avoid saying the wrong thing!
43:24 – Why do we mostly focus on the negatives and not the positives? Is it inherent or are there other reasons?
About Dr. Robert (Bob) Wright Jr.
Dr. Robert (Bob) Wright Jr. helps you learn more about all types of stress recovery. His website is www.stressfreenow.info.
You can find his popular podcast Learn to Live Stress Free at http://www.stressfreenow.info/category/podcasts/
When you work with Dr. Bob you’ll learn how to effortlessly relieve the stresses of every day life and make yourself happier in just a few short days. Give yourself the ultimate gift of self care by joining his newsletter and listening to his Learn to Live Stress Free podcast series so, as Dr. Bob says, “you can live longer and play with your grandchildren.”