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Grief 2 Great Day - Christian Grief Support for Women, Questioning God in Grief, Life after Loss, Hope in Grief

Stefanie Cabaniss - Christian Grief Coach, Purpose After Loss Coach, Health Professional

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Grief Support for Christian Women to Breathe, Laugh and Live again. Loss, Grief and Healing * Coping with Grief * Beginning of Grief * Life after Loss * Stages of Grief * Purpose After Loss * Faith * Surviving Loss * Grief Resources * Holidays and Grief I help Christian women navigate grief through understanding grief, growing faith and processing daily life to find hope. • Do you feel lost, confused, or overwhelmed by grief? • Is the pain so great, you lose your breath and feel it will neve ...
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES What does health have to do with what you are going through? After all, who cares about being healthy when you’ve lost your loved one? The short answer is that you should. One of the biggest similarities between grief and health in my experience is the “when” question! When will it change, when will it be done? Today we’ll talk about the…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES What does health have to do with what you are going through? After all, who cares about being healthy when you’ve lost your loved one? The short answer is that you should. I’m not talking about the long-term results because getting active while in the day-to-day life of grief will do three things for you: improve your emotions, decrease …
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES When you lose a loved one, there is no question that you will question some things. I don’t care how close a relationship you have or don’t have with God, you will question things from his existence to your faith and everything in between because your loved one has died. This is where your plans, the life you were living and expecting to…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES We know we shouldn’t worry about things – that ‘giving it to God’ is the only way to truly calm our anxieties. In life before grief, you may have tried hard to ‘stop worrying,’ to stop being in control of the things you had no control over, but it wasn’t easy. Now, in grief…well – that’s a whole different deal. Your loss and how it occur…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES Even in grief, there are choices to make. You don’t feel like you have a choice in many of the things which brought you to this point and you’re right. Life is not easy and there are times when you have no control over what happens to you. What you do have a choice over is what to do when those things happen. Grief, in my opinion, is the…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES Do you visit the grave of your loved one? Death is the ultimate divide between our past and our future (John Piper). When we walk through grief, we aren’t thinking about these profound insights. Trying to make sense of ‘what is’ and ‘what was’ is part of what takes us to visit the grave of our loved ones. It can also help us process our …
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES Today we’ll continue the conversation about using dependence on God to achieve what seems impossible. I’ve asked before, what seems impossible in your life today? Is it that life will ever be good or even normal again? Maybe your impossible is that the tears will actually stop after feeling like you cried an ocean. What if I told you tha…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES Today we’ll begin a conversation about using dependence on God to achieve what seems impossible. When we do that, we become an overcomer. So, as I’ve asked before, what seems impossible in your life today? Is it that life will ever be good or even normal again? Maybe your impossible is that the tears will actually stop after feeling like…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES Last week we talked about being a conqueror and this week it’s gonna be about being an overcomer. Don’t worry I haven’t forgotten that you are dealing with grief, but I’m not talking about what you are supposed to muster up in your own strength which may feel opposite of how your current days. My grief journey, as you know, began with fi…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES In grief we feel weak and weary. We feel captive to our emotions because sometimes there’s no controlling the tears or meltdowns. We wish we could be just a little bit stronger, a little bit further along – a little bit anything but what we are. The idea of being a conqueror right now is almost comical because we feel far from that. The …
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES Most days in grief we feel weak and weary. We feel captive to our emotions because sometimes there’s no controlling the tears or meltdowns. We wish we could be just a little bit stronger, a little bit further along – a little bit anything but what we are. The idea of being a conqueror right now is almost comical because we feel far from …
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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SHOW NOTES The pain of grief overshadows everything in the beginning of your journey. It becomes the lens through which all things are filtered. So, it’s not surprising that you may have anger, confusion, a million questions or even doubt your faith. It can even cause you to doubt God’s existence. So, reading the Bible in those first ‘moments’ (whi…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily and welcome to Coffee & Kathy. This is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your li…
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SHOW NOTES Moving from confusion of why you lost your loved one or how they died or anything that leads you to get stuck in, “this is NOT how it was supposed to be” makes acceptance that God’s plan for our life is ultimately the plan harder (even though we can’t see it or understand it). The process to get from why? To what now? is just that – a pr…
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SHOW NOTES Well, hey Framily and welcome to Coffee & Kathy! This is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your li…
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SHOW NOTES When you lose someone, you love, your brain does some strange things. God made our amazing bodies and what happens to your brain after the death of a loved one is a protective measure. But it leaves you confused and unsure of everything. Also, in grief you have to make some basic and sometimes huge decisions, so how do you do that when y…
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SHOW NOTES Well Hey Framily and welcome to Coffee & Kathy! This is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. These weekly devotionals are a way for you to get quiet, grab some coffee, tea, or green smoothie and listen as I read from Kathy’s Blog entitled, “Learned Along the Way.” She was an incredi…
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SHOW NOTES How do I get relief from this endless pain? How do I stop being angry or asking why or trying to do the million things that seem impossible? Grief is like that movie ‘Groundhog Day’ – the same thing day after day after day. It seems like there’s only changes for the worse and that kind of routine starts to wear on you after a while. It a…
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SHOW NOTES In 2023 I began the year with the ‘best of’ from the year before and it was well received. So, I’m doing the same thing this year. I’m re-airing the best 5 episodes of 2023. One of the scariest things for me when I was going through grief was getting stuck. Initially I didn’t know what to do to get through in a healthy way, so I did a lo…
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SHOW NOTES In 2023 I began the year with the ‘best of’ from the year before and it was well received. So, I’m doing the same thing this year. I’m re-airing the best 5 episodes of 2023. Nights are the worst when your mind won’t stop racing. Your thoughts which were once your own seem to take you over. It’s not just thoughts at that point, it’s anxie…
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SHOW NOTES In 2023 I began the year with the ‘best of’ from the year before and it was well received. So, I’m doing the same thing this year. I’m re-airing the best 5 episodes of 2023. If you think gutting it through grief or falling in a hole during grief will make the pain stop or result in better days, you need to listen to this episode. Our exp…
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SHOW NOTES In 2023 I began the year with the ‘best of’ from the year before and it was well received. So, I’m doing the same thing this year. I’m re-airing the best 5 episodes of 2023. Today is a ‘Story of Hope’ episode with Stephanie Flohr. Her husband, Dan was diagnosed with cancer in August 2018 and died 21 months later in 2020. I know some of y…
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SHOW NOTES In 2023 I began the year with the ‘best of’ from the year before and it was well received. So, I’m doing the same thing this year. I’m re-airing the best 5 episodes of 2023. When you hear happy anniversary, it’s usually a happy thing. But anniversaries in grief are not happy – they are things we begin to feel anxious about a week before,…
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SHOW NOTES A new year but the same pain is another frustrating fact of grief. It reinforces that it’ll NEVER be over. But I’m here to tell you that while the second year isn’t the end of grief (and that tidbit may help free you), there are changes to expect. If this is in fact a second year for you or if it’s the second month, it’s important for yo…
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SHOW NOTES Thanks for hanging out with me today, on Christmas. I know you’re probably struggling today, so I want to walk through the lyrics of our ‘Song of the Week’ and share 5 Bible verses to remind you why there is still hope. Had I not gone through the kind of pain that took my breath away, and made me doubt I’d EVER stop crying, I wouldn’t be…
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SHOW NOTES The holidays are a real grief milestone – much like your loved one’s birthday, day of death and anniversaries. You know they are coming and yet there is no good way to prepare for how you will feel and how to make it through. I felt a lot of anxiety, sadness and guilt as the holidays neared. The guilt came from knowing that as a Christia…
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SHOW NOTES In the first two years of grief, you will have more ‘bad’ days than good. You’ll feel like things will never change, that you are once again back to square one. It’s so hard but it’s also a normal response to losing your loved one – the one you can’t figure out how to live without. The pain is so great on some days that you don’t think y…
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SHOW NOTES In life before grief, you probably dealt with self-limiting thoughts that keep you overthinking things. In grief, you’re gonna deal with self-limiting thoughts and all doubts that have ever crossed your mind. You will struggle with those thoughts more than usual which will tempt you to find comfort quickly in unhealthy behaviors. Let me …
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SHOW NOTES Has it been shocking to you that grief has been harder than you thought? That it’s taking SO much longer than you imagined and that it seems like it will never end? Well, the first holidays (and possibly the second) will be as shocking and make you feel the same way. In preparation for your first holidays, I’m going to share: 3 things to…
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SHOW NOTES - This is a replay from Thanksgiving 2022 Today is Thanksgiving and it may be a day you just want over with, so giving thanks isn’t so easy. And, when you are getting lost in your feelings, it’s hard to do the thing that will change all things. I’m talking about being in God’s word. Today, I want you to know that you aren’t alone, that y…
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SHOW NOTES This week, I’ll be answering a question that I receive a lot. It’s actually a question I had, and it was the fear I had. Because grief was so painful and made me question everything, I was convinced that life would never be good again, that it would be painful, sad, and hopeless. Because grief is so overwhelming, it’s easy to feel this w…
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SHOW NOTES You are going through grief right now but life around you goes on as it always has. That in itself seems wrong, but are you dealing with the same expectations from others in a different way? As Christians we tend to take on others’ problems in an unhealthy way because we feel or were taught, we are supposed to. But are we? In grief, for …
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SHOW NOTES We read the Bible verse that God will make all things come together for our good. Well, how in the world is what you are going through good? How can it ever be good? This is where I struggled in the beginning. I read about a Christian singer who lost her husband in a diving accident. I could so relate with the pain and confusion and then…
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SHOW NOTES What do you do when you are exhausted but can’t sleep. Where does your mind take you? It is not uncommon to experience insomnia when going through grief. And, when you don’t rest, it magnifies the overwhelm, the confusion, irritability and all the grief stuff. So, how do you get a decent rest in grief? We’ll talk about some practical ste…
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SHOW NOTES How many times have you prayed for this pain to stop? And yet the tears keep falling. How many times have you prayed for help getting through another difficult hour or day? And the mornings - are still overwhelming. Are your prayers being heard? Nothing seems to change; nothing seems to be getting better – and you start to wonder- does G…
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SHOW NOTES We’re wrapping up the cousin Jesus to Abba Father series today, but I want to take a second to remind you (and me) that our relationship with God shouldn’t be like a distant cousin – only calling when there’s family news. We need to remember that we are daughters of the most high God – we call him Abba father. It doesn’t matter how far y…
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SHOW NOTES I can give you a list of times in my life that I felt responsible for the outcome of things. When I was young, I felt like I had to keep the peace in the family; growing up, I felt I had to keep those I was in relationships with happy. Or, even getting the jobs I applied for, making the money I needed to keep a roof over my head. The thi…
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SHOW NOTES I grew up in church, I was baptized, and I called my self a Christian. But what does 'being a Christian' mean to you? I was saved – I did begin a relationship with God at a young age, but I never grew my relationship with God. I read devotions, sometimes the Bible and I did pray though not regularly. My Christianity was more religion tha…
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