This week Marshall and Steve welcome special guest Brian Mahon. Brian’s daughter Amy died on April 5, 2018 from bowel cancer at age 32. Receiving a terminal diagnosis and knowing that you are going to die can create an extended grieving process that puts you face to face with the inevitable each and every day. Is it possible to do more than simply live and get by post diagnosis, or can life be lived in service and in hope that inspire others? Amy’s story will leave you both inspired and hopeful.
To find out more about Amy’s journey and dedication to sharing her journey to help others go to her website: http://www.catslovepeanutbutter.com.
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Marshall Adler and Steve Smelski, co-hosts of Hope Thru Grief are not medical, or mental health professionals, therefore we cannot and will not give any medical, or mental health advice. If you, or anyone you know needs medical or mental health treatment, please contact a medical or mental health professional immediately.