Today’s featured guest is Dr. Mary Welsh. Coming to the platform, let’s give out plenty of claps.
Living this new norm lifestyle, we’re surrounded by a broken, crippled, and messy society with many broken people inside. And what makes those people so broken? Their causes can be endless. One can experience brokenness as a victim of losing a loved one; depression; homelessness; addiction; abandonment; bullying; police brutality; and domestic violence, etcetera. When this happens, one goes into the grieving stage. It is then we look to professionals like Dr. Welsh for guidance and support through the grief journey.
Hello, I’m Dr. Mary Welsh!
I’m an author, speaker, grief session facilitator, and non-profit founder who uses my experiences to help people who are grieving or those supporting those that are experiencing such a loss adapt to their “new normal”. Although I’m surrounded by loving family and friends, including but not limited to my husband, six children, five grandchildren, my mother, in-laws, my world was shaken when we experienced the loss of my daughter, Susie McBride-Welsh, in 2017.
Check out her literary creations:
This book is a comprehensive roadmap to self-help, discovery, and reflection by Dr. Mary Welsh. The book walks you through the four aspects of positive reflection and coming to terms with your “new normal”: Remember, Reflect, Recreate, and Relate.
This journal is a companion book to the Journey into the Looking Glass: Finding Hope after the Loss of Loved Ones. It can be used to journal your progress as you come to terms with your ‘new normal’: Remember, Reflect, Recreate, and Relate.
There is more to learn about Dr. Mary Welsh through her works for “Susie Q’s Kids. Provides Comfort Bags to Kids in Need
Susie Q’s Positive Reflections:
Good Characteristics Coloring Book =
In this book, Dr. Mary believes kids model good behavior. . .
How about we show Dr. Welsch how our appreciation by supporting and purchasing, her works.
Front image courtesy of Madeleine Ragsdale
Claps image courtesy of Sam Moqadam