Life's Challenges and the Resources to Cope with Grief

December 15, 2015
Hosted by Laura Mineff

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Throughout our lives, the journey takes us on many different paths of joy, happiness, drama, loss and grief. The times in our lives where we celebrate the good give us strength to also cope with the heartache and the heartbreaking feelings of loss and isolation. My guest this week is Charles Ty Morgan, a counselor and spiritual director for Cornerstone of Hope. This wonderful organization is dedicated to providing support, education, and hope for the grieving. Guided by Christian values of compassion and service, they welcome and serve all seeking support. Ty will share with us insight on the stages of grief and how often times, the human touch and compassion with understanding can help in a time when individuals feel totally helpless and lost. He will also share his knowledge on how we can help others when life seems overwhelming. Plus, grief during the holidays is more evident than at any other time of the year for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one.

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Many of us have chosen to embrace the different passages of our lives. We grow attached to our families and extended families in cherishing and enjoying sharing time and activities. As our brothers and sisters have families and our children create their own families, life keeps going on even during change with the older generation’s mobility and lifestyle challenges. We remember the times we have shared together from the many lasting memories. As we age in the place we love, we modify our homes to support our new needs and help us maintain our independence so that we can continue to live in our homes. It is nurturing for us to embrace the reality that for our continued well-being. There are many ways to help and enhance our lives while maintaining and still living in our homes. You can start by tuning in to Dynamic Insights for your Home Environment.

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Laura Mineff

Laura Mineff

I have been a design contractor for 18 years in establishing my own business, which offers life-style consultation, building and designed concepts for individuals and commercial projects throughout the United States. I absolutely love what I do and have an insightful gift of extracting from my clients what they are looking to create for their desires and needs. My background includes a career as a licensed practical nurse, who has experience in assisting people with health and living challenges during life’s changes. I have taken on the challenge of working with major developers and conquering build outs for residential and commercial projects to reflect the changing lifestyle environments across the country. My knowledge and understanding of design development, contracting and general contracting embrace diverse elements to create atmospheres clients gravitate towards as they grow and expand in their life. I have tremendously enjoyed working with people in different stages of their life, health, family and home. I am a member of NAWBO, BNI and Cleveland HBA and have been recognized with 5 stars from HOUZ. BIA Home Association has acknowledged my business as a leader in green residential home projects that integrated teams from the community and local student groups. My goal to help and invigorate my clients to dwell in the best environment for their emotional, physical and professional lives is what I am passionate about in watching the joy of others come alive.

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Episode Directory

December 2015

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