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From Surviving to Thriving After a Tragic Loss with Falon Bonner
Episode 1421st September 2022 • It Didn't Break Me • Bianca Hughes
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When one gets married, you envision growing old with the one you promised your life to. What happens when in a blink of an eye, that love is taken away? In this episode, I am speaking with Falon Bonner who lived this exact scenario. After becoming a widow at 35 after a car accident took her husband, Falon had to determine if she was going to let this tragedy break her or if she was going to survive this event. After years, she found strength in God and chose to thrive.

I invite you to join our conversation as Falon and I discuss:

  • Single Mom
  • Young Widow
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Trusting God
  • Our Love Story
  • Being needed
  • Grief Share
  • Licensed Therapist
  • Support
  • Grief
  • Rock bottom
  • Goal Setting
  • Abundance
  • Freedom

Honourable Mentions

Survivors of trauma struggle to move on from the loss of loved ones

7 Solid Principles for Trusting God in Difficult Times

Tragedy Can Help Us Find Our Life’s Purpose

Turning to Grief Counseling When You Need Help

How to Parent While Depressed

Where can you find Falon Bonner?






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