Responding to Unexpected Challenges In a Healthy Way

Responding to unexpected challenges in a healthy way with Margo Rose

In this episode of The Grass Gets Greener podcast, I’m joined by Margo Rose of Body Aware Grieving. Margo joins me to share her story of how she has been able to navigate her way through loss and deal with unexpected life challenges by becoming more prepared and less scared. 

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The Details

Traumatic experience:

Margo has experienced the loss of both of her parents to cancer and the loss of her younger sister and a romantic partner to suicide.

Effects of the traumatic experience:

Margo dealt with feeling depressed and overwhelmed. She had low energy and was not functioning well. It was also difficult for her to work during these times of loss.

Overcoming the traumatic experience:

Margo was able to work her way through her struggles with what is now her Body Aware Grieving system of recovery. This involved protecting her health, recovering from loss and getting stronger.

What Margo does today:

Margo is a fitness trainer and first-time author.

Final Question:

Given what you know now, if you could go back to when you were going through the tough times and give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?

Margo’s Answer: Just keep going.

Links Mentioned

BodyAwareGrieving.com – Margo’s website where you can learn more about her work and subscribe to her newsletter

Twitter – Margo’s Twitter profile

Facebook – Margo’s Facebook page

Body Aware Grieving: A Fitness Trainer’s Guide To Caring For Your Health During Sad Times – Margo’s book on Amazon

Suicide Reduction Podcast Episode – Margo’s podcast episode where she talks about suicide reduction strategies

AFSP.org – American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s website

What launching a podcast has taught me (so far) – my blog post that Margo mentions

Affiliate Disclosure: Please note that some of the links above are affiliate links. There is no additional cost to you, and I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.

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  1. So much what Margo is saying here ties into Trauma Recovery University’s topic this week of Grief in Recovery.

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