• Patrick Norris

38. THE EXPERT - Dr. Todd Bowman - How to Heal from a Lifetime of Grief - Part 3 of 3




Welcome to Episode #38 of the Red Ink Revival Leadership Podcast. Dr. Bowman is a psychologist, neuroscientist and amazing human being. He is the Associate Professor of Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University. He’s an Adjunct Professor for Human Sexuality at Nazarene Theological Seminary. He is an Adjunct Professor of the Intro to Psychology at Nazarene Bible College. He is a Course Consultant for Highlands College in Birmingham, Alabama. And, he is the Author and Editor of Reclaiming Sexual Wholeness.


In today’s episode, we talk about how relationship injuries over a lifetime create griefs, and how losses and traumas require intentionality to heal. We talk about the necessity of facing your grief-stories to process it out to healing, how many unfortunately economize grief – like the firing up drama around their grief, or attempt connection to friends through emotional hot-wiring or energy-vampiring – but we clarify that this is actually not the same as grief processing. We talk through how a therapeutic professional can multiply your healing results, and how others in a process group – those who are in the emotional intelligence growth curve - can create unique and expedited healing in the brain. We talk about grief processing structures and treatments that will return a heart to authentic gladness, and a whole lot more.


This one is titled, “How to Heal from a Lifetime of Grief”.

If you haven’t already, you will want to go back to the first episode in this Grief series, #33, released on August 13, and episode #37, which is part 2, released September 10. You won’t want to miss those episodes.

These three episodes could be the most transformational messages you have experienced in a very long time. You will enjoy this inspiring, insightful and energizing show.

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Edited and produced by Evan (Emac) McAlister

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