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Episode: 43

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to open your heart and begin to see how you can grieve with a positive outlook. Maybe you have dealt with a hard loss before. Perhaps you have struggled with managing your grief. Join Nancy as she discusses how grieving with a positive outlook can aid you begin to heal from the inside out.

Our first caller Demmi has a roommate who is in a relationship. Her roommate's boyfriend is over every night, but soon her friend will be traveling abroad. Demmi fears that her roommate is too dependent on her boyfriend, and she wants to discuss this with her roommate without getting defensive. Tune in to discover how you can bring up your concerns to loved one's while being productive and kind.

Our inspirational guest Mari Okazaki lost her father to a medical accident at 4 years old. At a young age her mother helped her to handle her grief in a positive way. Later in Mari’s life, at the age of 25, she tragically lost her mother to suicide. After being the one to find her mother lifeless, her family told her to keep her mom’s cause of death a secret. For years to come Mari would tell people that her mother passed away due to a heart attack. Finally, she decided to confide in a friend and talk about how her mother really passed away. Tune in to learn how Mari began to heal from her trauma, by gaining a better understanding of what it truly means to grieve with a positive outlook.


Perhaps you have just faced a hard loss in your life, maybe a loved one or a pet has passed away. Try to take a step back and realize that death is not the end and focus on all the good and wonderful experiences you have made with your companion or loved one. Grieving with a positive outlook will help you heal fully and exemplifies what it means to live full out.


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Episode: 43 The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to open your heart and begin to see how you can grieve with a positive outlook. Maybe you have dealt with a hard loss before. Perhaps you have struggled with managing your grief. Join Nancy as she discusses how grieving with a positive outlook can aid you begin to heal from the inside out. Our first caller Demmi has a roommate who is in a relationship. Her roommate's boyfriend is over every night, but soon her friend will be traveling abroad. Demmi fears that her roommate is too dependent on her boyfriend, and she wants to discuss this with her roommate without getting defensive. Tune in to discover how you can bring up your concerns to loved one's while being productive and kind. Our inspirational guest Mari Okazaki lost her father to a medical accident at 4 years old. At a young age her mother helped her to handle her grief in a positive way. Later in Mari’s life, at the age of 25, she tragically lost her mother to suicide. After being the one to find her mother lifeless, her family told her to keep her mom’s cause of death a secret. For years to come Mari would tell people that her mother passed away due to a heart attack. Finally, she decided to confide in a friend and talk about how her mother really passed away. Tune in to learn how Mari began to heal from her trauma, by gaining a better understanding of what it truly means to grieve with a positive outlook. Perhaps you have just faced a hard loss in your life, maybe a loved one or a pet has passed away. Try to take a step back and realize that death is not the end and focus on all the good and wonderful experiences you have made with your companion or loved one. Grieving with a positive outlook will help you heal fully and exemplifies what it means to live full out. read more read less

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