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Connecting With Those We’ve Lost

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: When you lose someone dear, that hurt and pain can stay with you for a lifetime in varying degrees.
Air Date: 3/5/19
Duration: 23:59
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Christina Rasmussen, Founder of Second Firsts
Christina Rasmussen is on a crusade to change the way we live after loss. As the founder of Second Firsts, an organization to help people create a pathway back to life after loss, Christina spends her time speaking, coaching, and helping thousands of people rebuild, reclaim, and relaunch their lives using the most powerful tool for personal reinvention: the human mind. Her personal story and fresh approach to life after loss has garnered international attention.

She writes for the Huffington Post, she's been featured as a Woman Working to Do Good in the White House Blog, and she was named the Leading Mom in Business by StartupNation. Her first book, Second Firsts: Live, Laugh and Love Again, has achieved bestseller status on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble. You can also sign up to receive her weekly newsletter, the "Message in a Bottle," by visiting www.secondfirsts.com.
  • Book Title: Where Did You Go? A Life-Changing Journey to Connect with Those We’ve Lost
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/Secondfirsts
  • Guest Twitter Account: @SecondFirsts
Connecting With Those We’ve Lost
The idea that "time heals all wounds" is not realistic. 

When you lose someone dear, that hurt and pain can stay with you for a lifetime in varying degrees. Many questions remain, and the "permanence of never" starts to set it. 

However, the emerging research into both science and spirituality is offering hope for those left behind.

In her book, Where Did You Go? A Life-Changing Journey to Connect with Those We’ve Lost, Christina Rasmussen provides a groundbreaking exploration of the afterlife that reveals we all have the power to connect with our loved ones on the other side.

As a professional grounded in science, Christina was initially a skeptic who shied away from the conventional mystical, supernatural, and religious descriptions of the afterlife. So, she turned to what seemed “provable” to unravel the mystery of life beyond life: physics.

What she found was beyond anything she could have expected. Not only is there life after death, but we all have the ability to connect with loved ones who have passed on.

Listen as Christina joins Andrea and Lisa to discuss how her and others' work can change the way we grieve, the way we live, and how we define our potential... in this life and the hereafter.
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