Thriving After Tragedy: How Changing Your Perspective Can Change Your Life | A Conversation with Michael Griswold
What would you do if tragedy struck your life, impacting those you love most…and it was your fault? How would you move forward? How would you handle the guilt?
This week’s guest has had that exact experience.
Michael Griswold lost his wife and unborn child in a car accident when he fell asleep at the wheel. In one moment, his life changed. In the aftermath, he had to make a decision about who he was and how he would move forward.
In his conversation with Mark, Michael shares:
- His real life love story that brought he and his wife Libby together
- How he dealt with an overwhelming sense of guilt in the immediate aftermath of the car accident
- What it was like to deal with the weight of judgement – both from himself and others
- The discovery about himself and his outlook on life that would allow him to keep living and help others at the same time
While we may not all face such tragic situations, we will all face adversity at some point in life. And in those situations, we have a choice – to suffer and survive or to persevere and thrive.
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