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The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death

Thank you for visiting today. If you are grieving a loved one's death, we hope you find this show helpful along your journey. Use the buttons below to share on social media as well as listen, subscribe, rate and review on your favorite podcast platform. Click the "Read More" link to the right of each episode to leave your comment.

May 24, 2020

In Episode 25, we discuss our pain after someone we love, who was serving in the military, is killed in action and how our lives are suddenly turned upside down.

Additional Notes:

Places to visit:

TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) if you've experienced the military death of a loved one. They also help...


May 17, 2020

In Episode 24, we look at giving ourselves permission to grieve and, simultaneously, consider what we can do which will bring us joy again. Each day, in a small way, we are rebuilding a new life, even if we don't want to.

Additional Notes:

Brad Yate's youtube channel will teach you the Emotional Freedom Technique.  His...


May 10, 2020

In Episode 23, we remember our mothers and mother figures who made an impact on our lives. We also discuss the pain of bereaved mothers, ladies who struggle to bear the title and those who will never be called "Mom."

Additional Notes:

Learn EFT by visiting Brad Yates' youtube channel. His videos on Overwhelm, Guilt,


May 3, 2020

In Episode 22, Dianne M. Daniels shares her experience surrounding her cousin Alexis' death to Covid-19. We also discuss how those who weren't able to be at the deathbed of their loved one can deal with the anger, guilt and impotency they feel because of the current situation.

Additional Notes:

Learn EFT by visiting


Apr 26, 2020

In Episode 21, Olivia Moody shares how her life has changed during this crisis, how she is adjusting to everyday life and what she has done to uplift others. We also look at how we can provide teens with a greater sense of security and bring them through these challenging times.

Additional Notes:

You can read this...