Hosted by: Cynthia Blomquist Gustavson
There are more funerals in October, it seems. At some funerals there are many people - at some others, no one shows up. Death is a loss, but there are so many other losses. In this episode, Cynthia tells us how loss is dealt with in our culture and shares a moving, emotional poem found in two of her books.
✝️ 00:15 There are funerals where nobody shows up and funerals where there are many friends and relatives.
⛪ 01:23 Not all the relatives could get to the funeral of Cynthia's Dad because the church was full.
🥀 01:54 "Loss has so many ramifications to it."
📖 01:58 Cynthia introduces a poem from her therapy book "In-Versing Your Life", which can also be found in her e-book, "I Don't Write Love Poems"
🌧️️02:25 Poem: "Loss"
🩹 04:07 We have to learn to live through the loss, it's inevitable.
🧶 04:54 Small losses help us deal with major losses.
🔗 05:37 Visit Cynthia and find out more about her books, at https://cynthiagustavson.com/books-music/
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