Re-defining grief for the real world with Dipti Tait
🎙️🦁 ROAR! hears from the ROARsome Dipti Tait - a relaxation ambassador who teaches hypnotherapy and runs a global hypnotherapy practice. She is also a regular guest on BBC radio and breakfast TV 🦁 🎙️
Watch the full conversation:
"So my introduction to grief was because of death, the death of my parents. Then I realised that grief comes in many, many forms, and is not linked to death only. It is linked to the loss of anything you loved. Its could be the loss of business, loss of identity, loss of purpose, loss of health."
Dipti is a born and bred Londoner who now lives in cotswolds with her family. She has worked for the BBC and it was during her career break that tragedy struck and she lost both her parents within a short space of time. During this time Dipti discovered the world of self development, coaching and therapy and decided to dedicate the next phase of where life to mental health and wellbeing. Dipti has written two books on grief and is a fully trained hypnotherapist.
A few highlights from the conversation:
- We discuss how grief can come in many many form and doesn't always stem from a negative experience.
- We explore the idea of turning discomfort and grief into fuel and in turn into power.
- We highlight the importance of building your resilience muscle.
And so much more!
Do not miss this interview.
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