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This is an emotional interview with Danet Peterson, who is an Ocular Melanoma (OM) advocate living with OM. This is the type of cancer that Emily's husband Ian passed away from. The conversation covers anticipatory grief, grief after a loss, and how to keep moving forward.
This interview explains why movement helps us move forward from a loss. Learn how Emily started moveTHRU, the psychology and science behind the moveTHRU Method, and the movement she is starting to help anyone grieving move forward from loss.
Being a mom is hard! But being a widowed mom presents another set of unique challenges. Here, Emily shares an inside look at single-parenting while grieving the loss of her husband.
Emily shares her grief journey starting with her husband's cancer diagnosis, treatment, hospice care, his passing, and how she has found meaning in loss by founding moveTHRU.
Grief can bring us meaning. Grief can help bring clarity. And while grief is hard - so, so hard, it can also give us celebration. Emily shares her journey of transformation on the podcast.
Emily shares the story of watching her college sweetheart, husband, and father of her children die of cancer.
‘He’s dying. There’s cancer everywhere.’ He could barely make out a word. I watched my husband slowly fade away.’: Mom of two loses husband to cancer, ‘I chose love over…
Discussion on grief, grief in the work place, building a business from tragedy, and making the choice to move forward.
Discussion on anticipating loss, the five stages of grief, and starting a movement with moveTHRU.
Channel 9 News features Emily and moveTHRU on the Warrior Way. Watch the segment.
"I’m a widow. I lost my husband, the father of my two children, to cancer just over 10 months ago. And while I miss my late husband, I also crave a new love. I was feeling guilty about this until my four-year-old daughter admitted that she wanted a “new daddy” too..."
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