Ep. 10 Grief and Loss (Part 2): Mentored Podcast

Ep. 10 Grief and Loss (Part 2): Mentored Podcast

Episode 10  Grief and Loss (Part Two)

Welcome back, dear listeners, to another soul-stirring episode of The Mentored Podcast. Today, we’re diving into Part Two of our heartfelt series on “Grief and Loss” with the ever-insightful Carson Pue and the late, great Dr. Martin Sanders.

If you thought Part One was a rollercoaster of emotions and enlightenment, strap in because Part Two is like the second drop on that massive rollercoaster – you know it’s coming, but it still takes your breath away. And having Dr. Sanders’ voice grace our episode today is nothing short of God’s grace. It’s like he’s here with us, guiding us through our grief even after his death.

In today’s episode, Carson and Dr. Sanders delve deeper into the nuances of navigating through the murky waters of grief and loss. They share stories that’ll have you nodding in agreement, shedding a tear, or even chuckling because, let’s face it, life’s too short not to find humor in the human experience.

Why tune in? Because, my friends, this conversation is more than just talk. It’s a lifeline, a beacon of hope for anyone who’s ever lost someone or something dear. It’s about finding light in the darkest of places and learning how to carry that light forward.

So, whether you’re here because you’re seeking solace, curious, or simply love the sound of our voices (and who could blame you?), know this: You’re in the right place. We’re all in this together, learning, growing, and “all stumbling heavenward” as our producer Roy Salmond once sang. So, let’s embark on this journey of understanding and healing together. Remember, it’s not just about coping with loss; it’s about transforming our pain into something meaningful, something that propels us forward.

So, grab your favourite comfort snack, settle in, and let’s get ready to listen, learn, and perhaps even laugh a little. This is The Mentored Podcast, and you, my friend, are exactly where you need to be.

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