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Episode Info: Certified Grief Counselor and Hospice Professional Nina Impala welcomes board certified Internal Medicine Physician Dr. Connie Mariano. Dr. Connie, as she is affectionately known, very recently lost the love of her life, her husband, to a glider accident that killed him instantly.  This episode was recorded only a month and a half after he died. Dr. Connie has been practicing medicine for over 30 years and is a 24-year veteran of the U.S. Navy who retired with the rank of Rear Admiral.  Dr. Connie was a White House Physician to three American presidents (Bush Sr., Clinton, &b Bush) and served as Director of the White House Medical Unit. After retiring from the Navy and leaving the White House in 2001, Dr. Connie was a senior consultant physician in the Executive Health Program at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ where she performed annual exams and managed the care of corporate CEOs and their spouses. Dr. Connie and Nina discuss the strength and courage that is gained from the loss of a loved one. Dr. Connie's absolutely knowing that the love she shared with her husband does indeed go on even after his death.  Their enduring love has been uplifting and has provided strength for her through her grief. Follow Dr. Connie Mariano www.http://www.drcmariano.com/ http://www.whitehousedoctor.com/   https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2154/house-calls Follow Nina Impala: Tutoring For The Spirit Website: http://bit.ly/TutoringForTheSpiritWebsite Tutoring For The Spirit YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/TutoringForTheSpirit_YouTube  Tutoring For The Spirit - Facebook: http://bit.ly/TutoringForTheSpirit_Facebook Tutoring For The Spirit Instagram: http://bit.ly/TutoringForTheSPirit_Instagram Nina Impala’s Book Available On Amazon Dearly Departed: What I Learned About Living from the Dying Losing someone we love is one of the most challenging, fearful, and heart-rending experiences we are ever likely to face, and it is also a very sacred and holy experience. How do we navigate such transitions with love and compassion for those we care for, while dealing with the inevitable maelstrom of emotions, thoughts, and feelings that are natural and inevitable? Drawing on her years of experience in spiritual healing, counseling and hospice care, Nina Impala shares stories of her experiences as a hospice volunteer and how those experiences prepared her for the final days of her own parents. Dearly Departed is about learning to see death and loss with the eyes of the heart instead of the eyes of the head to find peace, comfort, and hope for ourselves and those we love. Purchase Nina’s Book Here: http://bit.ly/DearlyDeparted_NinaImpala Tutoring For The Spirit  is brought to you in part by Audible.  Download a FREE audio-book and enjoy a 30-day free Audible membership trial at www.audibletrial.com/InBound (NEW AUDIBLE MEMBERS ONLY)  With Audible you will find over 180,000 titles to choose from and to listen to through your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 ...
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