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This episode was recorded prior to the pandemic back when we could travel. But as I listen to it again, I’m amazed at how timely the message is for today. It’s as if God knew what we’d need a few months before we needed it.
As it turns out, grief is not just the death of a person. It’s the death of a dream, the death of a career, the end of a relationship, a change in life as we knew it.
In this episode of the Have Hope; Will Travel podcast, Emily Gallimore and I discuss mental health, how to know when you need to find a therapist, how to find a good one, and when it’s time to end a therapeutic relationship.
As we walk through grief, through stress, through the unknowns, there are some simple things we can do to take care of our mental health.
Things like building community—how to do it and what matters?
Things like taking a different approach to our social media without giving up our mindless scrolling.
You aren’t going to want to miss this episode because we all need permission to not be ok.
Find in on iTunes, Spotify, and your favorite podcasting app. Or read the transcript.
What types of things do you do to care for yourself well?