Mitch Carmody is a Grief Educator, a Writer, an Author, a Grief Nutritionist, and an Intuit, who has dedicated his life to helping individuals and families navigate the uncharted territory of death, dying and the bereavement process. After suffering many familial losses from a young age and ultimately the death of his nine-year-old son from cancer in 1987, Mitch struggled not only with the grief journey but also with how grief is processed and perceived in this country. In 2002 he published a book called “Letters to My Son, a journey through grief,” which has reached the bereaved in every state and 7 countries. And as a trained hospice volunteer, Mitch has also helped many loved ones and their families through the dying process.
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT THINGS LIKE:
- Dead is not gone.
- Amazing signs from Mitch’s son that have not stopped in over 30 years.
- The difference between passive grieving and proactive grieving.
- A fascinating story that has to do with the date December 1st.
SOME QUESTIONS IRENE ASKS MITCH:
- What is the importance of recognizing Continuing Connections on the grief journey?
- What is a grief nutritionist?
- How do you help to heal the broken hearted?
You can reach Mitch at firstname.lastname@example.org