Do you know someone who has gone through trauma and loss in life?
Life has many challenges and losses. You might have been traumatized by a traumatic experience or you had loss in your life. Many people who have experienced such difficulties feel depressed, anxious, helpless, and not able to deal with stress. But it is not a big deal.
Would you like to learn practical tips to recover from such difficulties?
In this episode, our guest John Callas shared tips on how he overcame his early loss and trauma after having some mental health difficulties.
John Callas is a veteran writer, director and producer in the entertainment business. He published books such as : When the Rain Stops, First Time Parents Survival Guide to Unnecessary and Wild Spending. He is also an active member of NAMI, and appeared on Good Morning America. He also received awards as Best Feature & Best Director and Best Of The West And An MTV Award For Best Concept.
Check out this video to learn the importance of dealing with your trauma and loss the right way.
In this interview, you will learn:
00:00 min – Introduction
02:29 min – John’s struggles throughout his life
05:48 min – How John managed to survive
07:18 min – John’s renewed life
09:30 min – Three tips to overcome trauma and loss
21:17 min – Grieving happens in different ways
23:31 min – Advice from John Callas
24:12 min – Connect with John (www.johncallas.com)
So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview: “No matter what you’re dealing with, you can powerfully deal with it and get over it and find ways that work for you. No matter what it is, you have to find a way that works for you. And if you do that, you’ll find success. You’ll find happiness, and you’ll find peace of mind.” – John Callas
“If you’re grieving, by all means, grieve, get it out as much as you need to talk about it, but also understand that the person that left you wants you to have a better life and wants you to live. They don’t want you in the grave with them. So you have to find ways to solace yourself.” – John Callas
“It’s healthy to start laughing again.”
“Everybody grieves in different way. Some people may be faster, some people may be slower, some people may be crying, some people become angry.
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So today, what are you going to choose? are you going to make the best out of the opportunity of life? or are you going to stay stuck with past trauma or past difficulties?
The choice is yours!
It may be hard, but you can make it!
Dedicated to your health and happiness,
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