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July 31, 2022 85 min

In today’s episode we will be talking about grief and loss with two people who have made it their personal goal to help others through the grieving process.

Both Kristy and James Thomas lost family members far earlier than expected and it was through the processing of this grief that they were inspired to start a charity to help others.

Feel the Magic is a charity supporting grieving kids and teenagers to heal after a death nationwide and their goal is to create a world where grieving kids and their families feel supported, empowered, and can begin to move forward with their lives.

In today’s episode James and Kristy shares:

-      The stories of how they lost their family members

-      How differently grief affected them

-      Their advice and tips for processing and dealing with grief

-      Advice for helping others deal with grief

Key Quotes

“Just be there. You don’t really have to do anything. It’s not about fixing them, it’s just about being there.”

“I think there’s signs all around us.”

“Grief has no time frame.”

“If you feel like going and laying in bed and watching Netflix, then do it.”


The online medicare mental health appointments via zoom that Kristy listed are at WeLysn:

Griefline is open 24/7 and is available for anyone to talk to and is free and they have onlihe chat.

You can call on 1300 845 745 or head to their website:

Finding Feel The Magic Online

You can follow the team at Feel The Magic via their social accounts,

Instagram: @feelthemagicau



Or head to their website:

For my other businesses you can find them through the websites:

Or you can follow them on Instagram:




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