Resilient People

Bonus Episode: Surviving Valentine's Day when you are facing grief

Episode Summary

I’m doing something different for this episode. Instead of bringing you a conversation that I’ve had with someone, I’m going to talk about a topic that I’ve been thinking about for some time and anyone who is facing grief will be able to relate to it. We’re a few days away from the biggest and most romantic day of the year - if you’re in a couple. Valentine’s Day. If you’re not in a relationship, it’s most likely a “trigger” day for you where you either don’t care about it, want to skip it or are doing some sort of a pivot with it. This Valentine’s Day will mark one year minus a day that Adam passed away at only 51 years old. So as with all other special occasions during the past year, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, our anniversary and birthday (we shared the same day, same year) I’m doing a bit of a pivot. I’m here to share some suggestions that will hopefully make the day a little easier for us all. To learn more about RESILIENT PEOPLE visit www.resilientpeople.ca or on socials @resilientpeopleca Subscribe to the RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast and leave a kind review. Thank you.

Episode Notes

I’m doing something different for this episode. Instead of bringing you a conversation that I’ve had with someone, I’m going to talk about a topic that I’ve been thinking about for some time and anyone who is facing grief will be able to relate to it. 

We’re a few days away from the biggest and most romantic day of the year - if you’re in a couple. Valentine’s Day. If you’re not in a relationship, it’s most likely a “trigger” day for you where you either don’t care about it, want to skip it or are doing some sort of a pivot with it. 

This Valentine’s Day will mark one year minus a day that Adam passed away at only 51 years old. So as with all other special occasions during the past year, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, our anniversary and birthday (we shared the same day, same year) I’m doing a bit of a pivot.

 I’m here to share some suggestions that will hopefully make the day a little easier for us all. 

To learn more about RESILIENT PEOPLE visit www.resilientpeople.ca or on socials @resilientpeopleca Subscribe to the RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast and leave a kind review. Thank you.