Mar 16, 2021
Welcome to part 2 of Boldly Into the Darkness, with the widowed author of Boldly Into the Darkness Autumn Toelle-Jackson.
We pick up right where we left off from part 1. If you haven't listened to part 1, please do that first otherwise you'll miss a critical part of Autumn's story.
In this episode, we examine self-imposed grief starvation and Autumn's shocking weight loss.
Intimate suicide discussion. Do you have permission to live a life well-lived?
Why killing Grandma is funny.
The crazy giant hole in Autumn's memory.
Autumn discovers a fountain of hope and healing from an often misinterpreted ancient wisdom.
Functioning with chaos: The most important thing you can control even if you can't control anything else.
Stupid shyt people say to you.
Why do funeral homes dim the lights?
Why it's okay to be mad at God (only works if you believe in God).
Is there an easy way to get out of love where everybody ends up being happy with it? And so much more.
Thank you for listening. Join us for part 2 of 4 with Autumn Toelle-Jackson.
Winner of the Illumination Book Awards' 2021 Silver Medal.
Autumn's memoir Boldly Into The Darkness: Living with Loss, Growing with Grief & Holding onto Happiness can be purchased at her website https://www.GrowingwithGrief.com (Includes grief resources as well as merchandise and the book.
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Also available through Amazon.
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