Shea Wingate is a Licensed Therapist & Grief Coach, and has actually graced the airwaves of the LBG Podcast before way back in episode 10! 

There we talked all about grief and relationships, specifically. But today, we’re really getting to know her backstory because I think so many facets of it are things you may be able to relate to, or see parts of your own grief in. 

Shea lost her mom, dad, AND sister all within about two years.

And, with both of us having lost parents and trying to navigate that, she and I had a LOT to talk about here. What that looked and felt like, and how it affected us in so many aspects of our lives. I think you’ll find so much value in this conversation today, from “yes, I can relate to that!” moments to discovering best practices to cope, and more. 

Shea truly has SO much knowledge when it comes to grief and how to cope on a day-to-day basis, you will not want to miss this one—especially if you are or have endured multiple losses back to back and are just trying to find your footing and figure out how to manage it all.

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